14/3/13 Such a pity that the The BBC has today launched a new campaign celebrating over 90 years of innovation, telling the story of broadcasting, engineering and technological progress since 1922.
But has missed out on the timeline 2000-2006 KITV interactive IPTV on ADSL including the red button
and the birthplace of the iPlayer.
as Greg Dyke said back then
" Launching the service in Hull today, BBC Director General Greg Dyke said: .Hull will be seeing the future of broadcasting before the rest of the country. We are opening the door to a new era.
New interactive technologies provide the BBC, as a public service broadcaster, with a unique opportunity to get closer to our audience - and for them to get more back from the BBC. .My ambition is to harness all of the benefits that
digital technology provides and extend the BBC.s local and learning role still further - to place the BBC right at the heart of British community life in the twenty-first century"
BBC WHERE NEXT? BBCi Hull - BAFTA Nominated Interactive Broadband Television`