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What does PAE stand for?

PAE stands for Public Affairs Event

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Under the leadership of Lamb and his visionary team, C-SPAN has grown to 275 employees, three television networks, nationwide radio, and an unsurpassed online digital video library that is a national treasure representing three decades of federal, Congressional, and public affairs events.
He is a co-founder and former board member and Treasurer of the Cable Satellite Public Affairs Network (C-SPAN), which televises coverage of federal government proceedings and public affairs events to over 100 million households.
The BET/Radio One channels join XM's brand-name channel lineup, which includes USA TODAY, the nation's largest selling newspaper; Bloomberg News Radio, the country's leading source for financial news; Heftel Broadcasting Corporation, the country's largest Spanish language radio broadcaster; Salem Communications Corporation, the nation's premier Christian broadcaster; AsiaOne, a major provider of Asian news and entertainment; and C-SPAN Radio, to provide its signature audio coverage of public affairs events on Capitol Hill and around the country, often live.
TVW's new PowerVu system will provide cable viewers with access to a wide range of government-related programming including live coverage of Washington State Senate and House of Representatives deliberations, state Supreme Court oral arguments, committee meetings, press conferences, lectures from the state university system's campuses, and other public affairs events, as well as taped government and public policy programming.
In addition, the company announced its first major programming agreements partnering with brand name radio, print and broadcast media companies including: -- USA TODAY, the nation's largest selling newspaper; -- Bloomberg News Radio, the country's leading source for financial news; -- Heftel Broadcasting Corporation, the country's largest Spanish language radio broadcaster; -- Salem Communications Corporation, the nation's premier Christian broadcaster; -- AsiaOne, a major provider of Asian news and entertainment; and -- C-SPAN Radio, to provide its signature audio coverage of public affairs events on Capitol Hill and around the country, often live.