The Mitre Interactive Television Experiment (1974)

By Timothy S. Eller, The MITRE Corporation

The MITRE Corporation has announced plans for a demonstration of interactive television in Stockton, California, in cooperation with Educational Testing Service and Big Valley Cablevision of Stockton. The intent of this paper is to report the status and progress of the planned project to the cable television community.

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