Axis of Distrust: Internet, Google & TV, Part 1

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Re: INternet TV will be interactive
Anna young   8/29/2011 1:03:38 PM

@ Prabhakar, sounds exciting. Google TV to integrate applications and internet browsing directly into your Television set is certainly another step further in innovation.

However, will it increase ratings for reality shows? Maybe, as it gives viewers control at a single click of the button. Will it decrease the number of viewers on conventional TV programme? This is one of the concerns raised by broadcasters in the UK. We just have to wait and see I think.

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Re: INternet TV will be interactive
Tvotapka   8/29/2011 12:02:16 PM

Viewer controlled content is a fascinating concept. I certainly hope it leads to higher quality standards and not simply mediocrity replicated.

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INternet TV will be interactive
prabhakar_deosthali   8/29/2011 8:40:43 AM

The biggest push the internet TV will get over conventional TV is that it will be interactive. For reality shows this interactive medium will bring in more at home participants and increase the ratings of such shows to such an extent that the regular soaps will bite the dust. And with 3D TV technology combined with Internet TV content the things are going to be more exciting.

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