Digital television has the potential to transform a passive medium into a cornucopia of interactive opportunities for advertising.
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In the first major move led by Clark Morehouse since he returned to Tribune Entertainment, Trib has taken on the barter ad sales duties for Hearst Entertainment programs.
The day before Tribune Entertainment's "Talk or Walk" pilot was due to shoot, the featured guests took the runthrough seriously and opted to walk.
With TV networks intrigued by its possibilities and technology companies scrambling to develop products for it, clearly Interactive TV has become the next big thing.
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For almost 10 years, interactive television has been the Next Big Thing in consumer TV-watching.