Nat Geo Gets Visual on Web
- ITV.com offers TV show back up, but lacks real content. Jukes, Richard // New Media Age;4/24/2008, p29
The article reviews the web site ITV.com.
- MacKenzie to offer Internet advice and therapy for women. Cowen, Matthew // Campaign (UK);04/14/2000, Issue 15, p3
Highlights World Interactive Television's launching of the support services web site Therapystreet.com. Counseling services provided in the site.
- ITV to stream programme trailers and news on site. // New Media Age;11/28/2002, p10
Presents information on the plans of ITV company for its itv.com Web site as of November 2002. Plan to play short video clips of top news stories on the itv.com/news site; Plan to stream promotional clips for ITV programmes on the itv.com home page.
- Nat Geo Building Interactivity Within Original Content. Umstead, R. Thomas // Broadcasting & Cable;3/25/2013, Vol. 143 Issue 12, p17
The article discusses the views of National Geographic Channel president Howard T. Owens on their plans to venture into interactive television programming.
- GADFLY. // New Media Age;11/6/2003, p43
Presents an update on Web sites and interactive TV (ITV) as of November 2003. Review of the True Greats Web site for Footballers Reunited; Information on the promotion of ITV services using the ITV digital monkey.
- Net Briefs. // Electronic Media;03/13/2000, Vol. 19 Issue 11, p34
Reports developments related to the Internet industry in the United States as of March 2000. Includes plan of Sports.com to bring country-specific sports Web sites to Asia and several European countries; Provision of interactive primetime lineup for KBHK-TV; Appointment of John Kosner as vice...
- For sale: Show props. Kerschbaumer, Ken // Broadcasting & Cable;10/09/2000, Vol. 130 Issue 42, p44
Features United States-based interactive television advertising and marketing firm AsSeenIn.com. Company background; Marketing of products used in production sets of television programs; Business deals with television production companies.
- Letters. // Marketing (00253650);8/1/2007, p24
Several letters to the editor are presented in response to articles in previous issues including an article on transport in London, England in the July 11, 2007 issue, another on insurance comparison websites, and another related to the negatives of interactive TV.
- Private surf. // Campaign (UK);3/2/2001, Issue 9, p18
Relates the experience of interactive television producer Ben Hart when trying the digital branding in the twisted boy Web site of Levi Strauss in Great Britain. Requirements for entry; Nature of virtual marketing; Specifications of the login process.