C-SPAN Reveals Lubbock History During Week-Long Visit
Mayor Dan Pope and Altice USA, one of the largest broadband communications and video services providers in the US and provider of Suddenlink-branded products and services in the Lubbock area, will welcome C-SPAN to Lubbock on Monday, May 7th, at 3 p.m. at the American Windmill Museum as they kick off a visit to record the history and non-fiction literary life of the town on the cable network's non-fiction book channel Book TV (on C-SPAN2) and history channel American History TV (on C-SPAN3).
In partnership with Altice USA, C-SPAN producers will reveal the stories and segments that will be explored by the national network. During their time Lubbock, C-SPAN producers will visit various literary and historic sites, interview local historians, non-fiction authors and conduct educational and community outreach in the area.
Local segments recorded during the week of May 6th through the 9th will air on Book TV and American History TV throughout C-SPAN's special Lubbock weekend, July 7-8. Altice USA's Suddenlink customers in the Lubbock area can access Book TV on Suddenlink channel 27 and American History TV on Suddenlink channel 329.