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January 18th, 2005
25 years of really cool stuff
CNN collaborated with the Lemelson-MIT Program to produce a show about the top 25 innovations of the past quarter-century. The one-hour special "Top 25 Innovations" aired Jan. 16 and will be rebroadcast Saturday, Jan. 22. The show, hosted by Miles O'Brien, jump-starts a year-long celebration of the network's 25th anniversary.
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