Sci-Fi Channel to integrate interactive chat into reruns

Berniker, Mark
June 1995
Broadcasting & Cable;6/26/95, Vol. 125 Issue 26, p34
Trade Publication
Reports on Sci-Fi Channel's online chat as part of its fall lineup for 1995. Chat hour to be incorporated in shows such as `The Prisoner' and `Twilight Zone'; Experiment of integrating computers into television.


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