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Digital Duo

PC World's Digital Duo was a computer themed US television series that aired on PBS stations in 1999 as Digital Duo for 26 episodes and returned to broadcast as PC World's Digital Duo with an additional 26 episodes in 2005. It ran for a half hour per episode and was produced by Incandescent Entertainment. It featured co-hosts Stephen Manes of Forbes & PC World with Angela Gunn of USAToday.com in a "Siskel & Ebert" style format in which they would rate computer and on-line products and services. Each episode would also feature a commentary segment by Walt Mossberg.

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Internet Movie Database
Internet Movie Database
Official site
Digital Duo at Incandescent Entertainment
Up Front: Now on TV, PC World's Digital Duo
Internet Archive of PC World Press Kit
Internet Archive of Digital Duo Ad

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