interactive television


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interactive television

[¦in·tə¦rak·tiv ′tel·ə‚vizh·ən]
(communications)
A form of television in which the signal is personalized and the viewer can control its various parameters.
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PTCL Smart TV also comes with triple-play-package, being delivered over fibre-based Broadband network, which is providing Voice Telephony, Broadband Internet and Interactive Television at the same time through one connection.
PTCL Smart TV also comes with triple-play package, being delivered over fiber-based Broadband network, which is providing Voice Telephony, Broadband Internet and Interactive Television at the same time through one connection.
With the adoption of fully interactive television, educators and administrators will begin to consider establishing distance courses and programs (Mehrotra, Hollister, & McGahey, 2001), because students who travel are requesting classes offered through interactive television to limit the amount of travel.
They took part in a weight-loss intervention with face-to-face counseling via interactive television for 6 months, then were randomly assigned to one of three follow-up methods for 12 months: interactive television for frequent in-person support, the Internet, or minimal in-person support (controls).
Silversea Cruises recently announced it is introducing a new interactive television system aboard its ships that will enable guests to view on-demand movies, send and receive email, and book shore excursions in the comfort and privacy of their suite.
The subjects took part in a weight loss intervention with face-to-face counseling via interactive television for 6 months.
Thunderball, Lotto Extra and Lotto Hotpicks will move online later, and next year there are plans to sell tickets via interactive television and mobile phones.
The subjects took part in a weight-loss intervention with face-to-face counseling via interactive television for 6 months, then were randomly assigned to one of three follow-up methods for 12 months: interactive television for frequent in-person support, the Internet, or minimal in-person support (controls).
"So it's quite comforting to see and hear him practising on interactive television as it's the only contact I get."
has created what it says is a groundbreaking marketing campaign for pharmaceutical firms -- an interactive television show that drives consumers online for health information.
The Ministers reiterated that on-line public services must be available to all citizens using the most appropriate techniques, namely computers or interactive television. The Commission and the Member States have been asked to draw up a list of services they would like to see made interoperable across national borders.
One of the leading providers of interactive television games, NTN Communications Inc., received a $3 million investment last week from Media General Inc.

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