BBC outlines interactive TV plans at Milia

The BBC wants to be big in interactive TV and outlined its vision at Milia -- the major French games show taking place in Cannes this week
Written by Eugene Lacey, Contributor

"We want to be one to one", said BBC's Katherine Everett during an Interactive TV forum. Everett is referring to the "relationship" a viewer can have with a television equipped with a digital receiver, which allows for services like games; karaoke--style music videos; and interactive sports stats, weather reports, and reference facts.

Full story on GameSpot UK, where you will also find full coverage of Milia from our team of reporters in Cannes.

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