Channel 4 Drops iTV for Web

Channel 4 Drops iTV for Web
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Calling the service the emperor's new clothes, Channel 4 has dropped its 'red button' interactive television service in order to focus on developing better content for the web. Teh British...

Guy Brighton
  • 19 january 2006

Calling the service "the emperor’s new clothes", Channel 4 has dropped its ‘red button’ interactive television service in order to focus on developing better content for the web. Teh British TV station’s chief exec told the Guardian:

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