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C-SPAN to broadcast some of Mobile's history and literary culture

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According to WPMI-TV, some folks representing the Cable and Satellite Public Affairs Network (also known as C-SPAN) had planned on staying in Mobile over the course of one week beginning next Monday, April 21st, to record some material about Mobile's history and literary culture for their company to broadcast over the weekend of May 17th (Saturday) and May 18th (Sunday) through the programming services C-SPAN2 and C-SPAN3.

You may learn more about the representatives by visiting the Twitter page titled "C-SPAN Cities Tour".

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