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Interactive television: Quiz


Question 1: Interactive television (generally known as iTV) describes a number of techniques that allow viewers to interact with ________ content as they view it.
TelevisionMechanical televisionVideoClosed captioning

Question 2: Notable Two-Screen Solutions have been offered for specific popular programs by many US broadcast ________.
Owned-and-operated stationCBSUltra high frequencyTelevision network

Question 3: Miracle TV Corp.: Tru2Way and ________ Centralized and Stand Alone solutions.
IPTVSatellite televisionFree (ISP)Tele2

Question 4: ________ - Provides solutions that enable programmers, advertisers and distributors to create and deploy interactive TV experiences that increase programming ratings, advertising response and audience reach.
Spike (TV channel)ComcastCNBCEnsequence

Question 5: For one-screen services, interactivity is supplied by the manipulation of the API of the particular software installed on a set-top box, referred to as '________' due to its intermediary position in the operating environment.
Enterprise application integrationMiddlewareService-oriented architectureWeb service

Question 6: An ________ connection via ADSL, or other, data communications technology, is also being increasingly used.
World Wide WebE-mailInternet Relay ChatInternet

Question 7: choose which angle to watch a football match), or return information to the ________.
Television stationBroadcastingMass mediaRadio

Question 8: ITEA WellCom Project using ________ and NFC for authentication, pairing and seamless service access
IEEE 802.11IS-95BluetoothCDMA2000

Question 9: The most obvious example of this would be any kind of real-time ________ on the screen, in which audience votes create decisions that are reflected in how the show continues.
Tactical votingVoter turnoutVotingBallot

Question 10: Smartbox from TV Cabo, Novabase and ________ (PT) - this is also no long in operation, although some of the equipments are still used for the digital TV service.
Internet ExplorerMicrosoftMicrosoft WindowsMicrosoft Office


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