Atos develops HbbTV interactive service for France 5

Thursday 3 May 2012 | 12:15 CET | News
French IT services company Atos Worldline has designed and developed an interactive service for public broadcaster France Televisions using HbbTV technology. France 5's "C dans l'air" is the first TV show to be enhanced by connected TV in Europe, according to Atos, which provides an interactive service accessed through the TV. Atos provides Smart TV solutions to connected TVs and STBs. Since 10 April, viewers with HbbTV-compatible connected TVs can interactive live with the show, vote on the question of the day, follow results in real time and send questions to the presenter and his guests.

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Categories: Broadcast & Satellite
Companies: Atos Worldline / France Televisions
Countries: France
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