C-Span interviews businesses and members of the community during their “50 Capitals Tour.”
Visitors were able to learn about C-SPAN Classroom, a free online educational resource, and C-SPAN’s extensive online Video Library. C-SPAN has archived its programming since 1987, and the library now contains more than 235,000 hours of searchable public affairs content for viewing, research and education purposes.
In Cheyenne, C-SPAN programming is provided by Spectrum as a commercial-free public service and can be seen on channel 14 and HD 617; C-SPAN2 on channel 21 and HD 618 and C-SPAN3 on channel 71, 113 and HD 619 and on the web at C-SPAN.org. Funding for C-SPAN operations, including Bus visits, is provided by cable and satellite TV providers.
Media can access photos and videos of the new C-SPAN Bus online here for reporting purposes. Fans can follow the adventures of the C-SPAN Bus on Twitter and Instagram @
cspanbus and online at C-SPAN.org/community.