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I’m a huge fan of Discovery, the popular network of stations on terrestrial TV.

It’s been around since the ’70s, and it’s managed to keep churning out hits like the cult classic Discovery: The World’s Largest Collection, which is still one of the best-selling albums of all time.

But as the network’s network of programming has evolved, it’s become increasingly reliant on new genres of programming.

For example, Discovery recently announced the debut of a series called Discovery: Original Films, which features some of the most original documentaries ever made.

And last week Discovery debuted an original docuseries called the Best of Discovery: the World’s Greatest Films, a compilation of films from the network that have been deemed the greatest in their genre.

But those programs are only part of the story, as Discovery’s programming is also evolving in a number of ways.

In an era where a growing number of channels are relying on traditional broadcast advertising, Discovery is no exception.

As a result, Discovery’s new programming has been evolving in other ways, too.

The program has been taking a more digital approach to programming as well, which has been a big step for the company.

The company announced in August that it would be adding a digital element to its programming, which could potentially mean more than a new channel, it could mean new ways to connect Discovery’s fans to its programs.

“In the past, Discovery had its own video and audio feeds that would be on its network and we would have a dedicated section of our site that allowed users to go there and watch the shows on demand,” Discovery co-founder and CEO Tom Werner told me.

“It’s been the same for the last year or so, but we’re now starting to see some of that technology come to the live channel.”

It’s not clear what this new digital approach will mean for Discovery’s original programming, but Werner did say that Discovery will be “very excited” about the new digital offerings.

“I think Discovery is always looking for new ways of bringing our fans and viewers together, and we’re always looking at new ways for our subscribers to engage with our content,” he said.

“So I think we’re looking forward to seeing what this is going to mean for our fans, viewers, and subscribers.”

The announcement of the new Discovery shows comes after Discovery’s network, which Werner founded in 2006, announced that it will be adding new original programming in 2018.

The network will be launching its first ever original programming to its platform in the form of a docuserial series called The Best of Dijon: the Documentary History of the World.

This docuseric is being produced by the Smithsonian’s National Museum of American History, and will feature documentaries from artists like John Cage, Frank Sinatra, and Frank Zappa.

And as Werner and other Discovery executives have said previously, this new program will serve as a kind of “discoverieshow” for Discovery fans.

And it looks like it’ll be an incredibly interesting one.

In the new docuseria, viewers will be able to explore a number from the early days of Discovery through the present, from the 1960s to the present day.

The docuserys will include interviews with people who worked at Discovery, including creators of Discovery’s shows, as well as interviews with the people behind the shows.

These interviews will allow Discovery fans to hear the stories behind the programming, and hopefully get a sense of what the programming was all about in the first place.

Werner told us that the new program was still being developed and that there was no firm timeline for its debut.

Discovery did not respond to requests for comment from The Verge about its plans for the docuserie.

But Werner told the site that the docus will feature an all-new “sport” format, with more original content than ever before, in addition to documentaries.

“We want to show that Discovery has a rich history that goes back decades and that people from around the world came together and made great documentaries, and now we want to bring them together and share them with our audiences,” Werner said.

Discovery is also launching a series of original documentaries in 2018, including a doc about the creation of the internet.

Werner said that Discovery’s “new programming will be about the future and about what’s possible for Discovery and for the world.”

It seems like Discovery has done a great job of keeping its audience informed about the evolution of its programming and what’s new on the network.

And with all of the innovation that the network has been able to make in its new direction, I’m glad to see Discovery continue to innovate in this way.

It seems to me that Discovery is a great place to watch programming that will be coming to our home screens in 2018 and beyond.