In ITV Deployments, Less Can Be More

Huffman, Wes
January 2003
Multichannel News;1/20/2003, Vol. 24 Issue 3, p45
Focuses on the technique to make interactive television (ITV) more feasible for television viewers. Approach to be followed in deploying ITV; Solutions to the problems faced by cable operators in deploying ITV; Need for having simple ITV solutions; Problem of interactive content availability to ITV subscribers; Ways of improving customer services; Internet services provided to ITV subscribers.


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