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Topic - The World Tomorrow
The World Tomorrow is a radio and television half-hour program which had been sponsored by the Radio Church of God (later renamed Worldwide Church of God while under the direction of Herbert W. Armstrong) which ran from 1934 to 1994. A 15-minute version of the radio program (but under varied translations of The World Tomorrow name), was broadcast by various speakers in the French, German, Italian, Russian and Spanish languages. The World Tomorrow television program is once again in current production and airs in Atlanta, Georgia and Knoxville, Tennessee. The rights to the name were obtained by the Church of God, Worldwide Ministries of Sevierville, Tennessee, through the United States Patent and Copyright office. - Source: Wikipedia
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WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange has finished shooting 12 episodes of "The World Tomorrow," his TV talk show that is set to debut this week on Russia's RT news network, formerly known as Russia Today, and online, the organization said Friday.