Interactive Television Demystified, McGraw Hill, 2001.
Interactive Television Demystified,McGraw Hill, 2001. This book describes what Interactive TV is and how it works, including what services are possible and probable, and how interactivity affects the television, cable and computing industries.
Interactive Television Demystified includes information about:
Video and audio compression
Program and system information protocol
The DVB system and services
Internet and Television convergence
This practical guide for television professionals, technology and IT consultants, software developers and content producers provides insights on:
PSIP and SDF
ATSC Digital Television services
PSIP for terrestrial broadcast and cable
Complete with charts and glossary, this Interactive Television Demystified also explains acronyms, abbreviations and terms used with the ATSC Data Broadcast Standards
Skip Pizzi’s contribution to this book is a chapter on the “Internet and TV Convergence,” which includes a description of the ATVEF, ATSC-DASE and TV-Anytime standards.