Africa: New Web TV Channel to Capture Energy At Crossroads Between Culture and Technology
September 30, 2013 Editor 0
[Balancing Act]London -Officially launched this week, SmartMonkeyTV.com will replace Balancing Act’s existing You Tube channel. It will be a hybrid channel with video clip interviews, e-letters and some other surprises from time to time. Below Russell Southwood sketches out why he decided to launch it and how Balancing Act’s existing readers will find it a useful addition to their weekly diet of information about Africa.
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