Nat’l Geo gets ‘World’

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National Geographic Channels Worldwide has licensed BBC science and technology series “Tomorrow’s World.” Deal was clinched by Mark Green, National Geographic programming veep, and Munia Kanna, international sales veep for Aussie distributor Beyond, which reps the show outside the U.K.

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