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A Tale of Two Interactive Olympics

10:45 AM -- NBC Universal estimates that about 40 million viewers have access to some interactive TV components tied to the Winter Games, and Light Reading Cable contributor Steve Donohue is one of them.

Scott Raynovich, founder of The Rayno Report, is most definitely not.

In fact, in highlighting his disappointment with NBC, Raynovich spotlighted Donohue's blog and noted how Donohue's experience with his cable provider, Cablevision Systems Corp. (NYSE: CVC), is "closer to what I've been looking for." Here's the video of Donohue's test drive of the Cablevision "Olympic Showcase":

Have you had an interactive Olympics experience yet? How was it?

— The Staff, Light Reading Cable

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DCITDave 12/5/2012 | 4:42:32 PM
re: A Tale of Two Interactive Olympics

Forgot to include this story link...


It sets up a nice premise for S.D.'s vblog.

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