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TIME WARNER WELCOMES C-SPAN2’s BOOK TV BUS TO CINCINNATI

Bus to visit two libraries, Hughes Center and Joseph-Beth Booksellers

Release Date: 09/25/2007

WASHINGTON, D.C., (September 25th, 2007) - C-SPAN2's Book TV Bus, a 45-foot long mobile television production studio, will travel to Cincinnati on October 4th and 5th on its nationwide tour promoting Book TV's unique nonfiction book programming. The Book TV Bus, hosted by Time Warner Cable, is traveling the country stopping at libraries, bookstores, and book festivals along the way. 
A visit to the bus includes a tour of the state-of-the-art studio set, an interactive demonstration about Book TV programming, and the opportunity to learn how a television show is produced. As they travel the country, the bus crew also compiles interviews with authors and readers to enhance Book TV's local coverage. Bus visitors will also have the opportunity to tape a video question for possible use on our upcoming Book TV program In Depth
 
VISIT THE BOOK TV BUS
ON THURSDAY, OCTOBER 4th AT:

Hughes Center School
2515 Clifton Avenue
9-10:30am
**We will speak with Juniors and Seniors

Cincinnati Main Library
800 Vine Street
11am-12:30pm

Bond Hill Branch Library
1740 Langdon Farm Road at Jordan Crossing
2-4pm

Joseph-Beth Booksellers
2692 Madison Road
5-7pm

ABOUT BOOK TV
Every weekend starting Saturday, 8 am ET to Monday, 8 am ET, Book TV airs 48 hours of non-fiction book programming on a variety of topics including history, biographies, politics, current events, and the media. Book TV features author interviews, readings, and panels at bookstores, libraries, and book festivals across the country. For more information, visit the Book TV Web site at www.booktv.org.

ABOUT THE BUS
The Book TV Bus has traveled through 41 states and over 200 cities, hosting 75,000+ visitors and producing over 400 book related events.  While traveling the country on the Bus, the crew contributed to Book TV’s programming by interviewing over 200 authors.

About C-SPAN
C-SPAN, the political network of record, was created in 1979 by America's cable companies as a public service. C-SPAN is currently available in 90 million households, C-SPAN2 in 82 million households, and C-SPAN3 in more than 12 million households nationwide. For more information about C-SPAN, visit www.c-span.org.

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