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Programming is an art that will evolve with time: Narendra Morar

15-March-2004
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Programming is an art that will evolve with time: Narendra Morar

In time to come, technology will make television viewing an entirely different experience. The power of computing could make the existing TV programming formats redundant. BBC World Commissioning Editor Narendra Morar shares his perspective on this in this week’s Content is King.

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