Microsoft will back BBC show

February 1998
Marketing Event;Feb98, p8
Reports on Microsoft Corp.'s sponsorship of the British Broadcasting Corp. (BBC) Tomorrow's World Live Event that will be staged on February 11-15, 1998 in Great Britain.


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