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October 18, 2003
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October 18, 2003
What's New in Technology
TechTV is the cable network that showcases the smart, edgy, and unexpected side of technology. By telling stories through the prism of technology, TechTV intrigues viewers with everything from help and information to cutting-edge documentaries to outrageous late-night fun. Tech TV's Digital Digs contested generated loads of interest and in response TechTV sent it on the road.
Michael Pereira, host of Tech Live, discusses the Digital Digs Road Show as it comes to Nashville, TN. Consumers can see first-hand all of the cool new high tech gear available for the ultimate living room and home office while checking out local broadband services. Owned by Vulcan Inc., TechTV is currently available in nearly 40 million homes in the United States and distributes content to more than 70 countries
TechTVOctober 18, 2003 interview
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