One of the most rewarding aspects of attending the twice-yearly Television Critics Association tours is the opportunity to learn new things, even if they don’t necessarily apply to a corporate issue that a reporter might be writing about or a program that a critic might be planning to review. In general, PBS and the networks of National Geographic and Discovery lead the way in educating us on a broad variety of real-world topics ranging from art, science and technology to history, literature and the mysteries of the universe. I have often referred to attending such sessions as returning to school for a few weeks every year.
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