Living in IPTV dreamland?

Wieland, Ken
November 2005
Telecommunications - International Edition;Nov2005, Vol. 39 Issue 11, p26
Trade Publication
The article highlights market forecasts for Internet protocol television (IPTV). Through IPTV, users may exchange instant messages with other users and are shown on the television screen alongside the video. Another feature of a personalized television channel is that it notifies users whenever a new material was uploaded by showing it on-screen. MyOwnTV and AmigoTV applications from Alcatel enable users to exchange messages between closed user groups when watching TV.


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