C-SPAN and Time Warner Cable present
Students & Leaders
Lessons on Leadership
at Los Angeles high schools.
C-SPAN is a non-profit company, privately funded by America's cable television companies, without government or taxpayer support. The C-SPAN networks provide access to commercial-free public affairs programming without editing, commentary or analysis.
The C-SPAN School Bus is a mobile production studio and media demonstration center that tours the country to demonstrate C-SPAN's and the cable television industry's commitment to education.
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Time Warner Cable is a pioneer in the cable industry. It owns and manages the most advanced, best-clustered cable television operations in the country, with more than 90% of its 10.9 million customers in systems serving 100,000 people or more. Through technological innovation, a fully upgraded fiber-based network and a commitment to increasing choice and value for their customers, Time Warner Cable brings the digital age into America's communities, transforming the way Americans receive information and entertainment.
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Time Warner Cable Los Angeles serves more than 355,000 subscribers in Los Angeles and Orange Counties. Time Warner provides numerous educational programs to local schools, including cable television service and Cable in the Classroom, featuring more than 500 hours of commercial-free programming each month. Time Warner's involvement in the Students & Leaders program dovetails with the company's Civic Literacy Project - an educational initiative to promote an informed and involved electorate with an understanding of the role, responsibility, and impact of government. The Civic Literacy Project is part of Time Warner Cable's 21st Century Literacy Initiative, which also includes Traditional Literacy and Media Literacy.