Study Claims To Prove What TV Watchers Want In Interactivity

Posted: Jan 22 2008, 12:40pm CST | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 5:48am CDT, in News | Home Entertainment

 
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A new study has been released today that claims to prove what consumers want in interactive TV programming. According to the study from enseQuence 70% of TV viewers would sign up for another cable provider or satellite is it offered advanced interactivity at no additional charge.

I would bet a large portion of these same people would be willing to pay slightly more for the service, I know I would. The survey says that 72% of TV viewers now find programming to watch via the onscreen viewing guide.

The study also shows that 72% of reality TV watchers want to interact with the shows. 65% of those watching sports want to interact with the event, and 66% of viewers want to interact with commercials. An interactive TV commercial is an interesting idea that could get some of the DVR owners to stop skipping commercials.

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