National Book Festival Gets Expanded Media Coverage
“This year’s Library of Congress National Book Festival at the Washington Convention Center on September 5 will have additional media attention. The Washington Post reported that in addition to C-SPAN’s Book TV, a live-stream broadcast by PBS’s Book View Now will be available. Produced by Detroit Public Television and hosted by Jeffrey Brown, senior correspondent and chief arts correspondent of PBS NewsHour, and Rich Fahle of the Detroit station’s Book View Now, the coverage will follow events from noon until 6 p.m. Viewers can watch live at PBS.org, at many PBS station websites and at WorldChannel.org.” – Shelf Awareness
Click on the graphic to see the festival’s web site. The site includes an impressive list of participating authors. Special events will include a romance evening and a youth poetry slam.
See also the Washington Post story “Expanded media coverage of this year’s National Book Festival”