Titans of Tech

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Titans of Tech
Country of originUnited States
Original languageEnglish
ProducerTrista Switzer
Running time60 minutes
Original network TechTV

Titans of Tech, also known as TechTV's Titans of Tech, was a 60-minute documentary type American television program on TechTV that profiled the tech industry's leaders. The show was produced and aired in 2001. Some of the people profiled on the show include Michael Dell, Steve Ballmer and John Gage.

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