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2nd European Conference on Interactive Television:  Enhancing the Experience 

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EuroITV 2003

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Tutorial Programme

Wednesday  31 March 

Tutorial 1
09.30 - 16.30 
Enhancing TV with interactivity 
Tutorial 2
09.30 - 16.30 
Ensuring the usability and usefulness of Interactive TV applications
Tutorial 3
13.30 - 16.30 
Digital Television in the UK ? The  Marketplace 

Presentations Programme

Thursday  1 April 

09:30 - 10:30
Opening session: Bill Edwards, Director, E-Communications at the UK Government's  Office of the eEnvoy.
The Office of the e-Envoy,which reports to the Prime Minister, is leading the drive to get the UK online, to ensure that the country, its citizens and its businesses derive maximum benefit from the knowledge economy. 

10:30 - 11:00 Coffee
11:00 - 13.00 I. Smith et al.: Winky Dink and You: Determining Patterns of Narrative for
Interactive Television Design
P2. M.Hulme & J.Fordham: Narrative Dialogues as Social and Psychological Environment within Interactive Television
P3. R. Adams (YooMedia): A view of the future: the personal entertainment network, smart content, emergent behaviour and dialogue
Poster introductions
Poster1. T. Krogh & J. Hauerslev: The formation of new usage-modes
Poster2. D. Gujjar et al.: Measurement Framework for Interactive TV Applications
Poster3. H. Krömker & T. Kunert: Designing a Learning Dialogue for Educational Applications in Digital Interactive TV
Poster4. J. Batet et al.: Setting up a micromarket for interactive TV services in Catalonia
13.00 - 14.00 Lunch
14.00 - 15:30 P4. V. Dureau (OpenTV): Addressable Advertising on Digital Television
S1. B. Katz (IDS): Interactive TV - heading towards a bright future
S2. R. Merryman (BBC): Interactive Television in a world without channels ? a prototype
S3. J. Loyd:  The National Geographic Channel - Enhancing the Experience 
S4. T. Coppens et al. (Alcatel): AmigoTV : towards a social TV experience
15:30 - 16.00 Coffee
16.00 - 18.00 P6. J. Bywater et al. Scalable and Personalised Broadcast Service
P7. O. Potonniee: A decentralized privacy-enabling TV personalization framework
S5. A. Thawani al.: Interactive TV Application for Intent Tracking
S6.  Joonhwan Kim et all (Samsung): Personalization in Digital Television: Adaptation of Pre-Customized UI Design
20.00 Conference Dinner

Friday  2 April 

9:15 - 10.00
Keynote speaker: Paul Munford, Director of Communication 
Babel Media
10.00 - 10.30 Coffee
10.30 - 12.30
P8. T. Russell et al.: Enticing learners: Rethinking the relationship between e-learning via DiTV and via the Internet
P10. J.Lessiter et al.: Understanding DTT remote control button labelling: a multi-method approach
P11. M.Rice & D.Fels: Low vision and the visual interface for Interactive TV
Practitioner Round Table

A forum for professionals from around the UK, where producers, technologists, designers and academics can meet and discuss the issues and challenges of developing applications for today’s evolving Interactive TV market. 

12.30 - 13.30 Lunch
13.30 - 15.00 P12. W. van den Broeck et al: Does Interactive TV imply new uses? A Flemish case study
S8. S. Falahkhair Media convergence: An architecture for Interactive TV and mobile phone based interactive language learning
S9. H. Krömker & T. Kunert: Interaction Design Guidance for Interactive TV Applications in Pattern Form
S10. J. Laine & M. Kojo: A Color Adjustment Application for MHP Terminals
S11. D. Gujjar et al.: Channel Management in Fiber Cable Networks for Interactive TV Applications
15:00 -  15:30 Coffee
15.30 - 17.30 P13. L. Holmgaard Cristensen: Out of Interactive TV
P14. T. Rasmussen: Interactive TV: Social use or individual control?
P15. Caroline Oades et al. Title tba. Information, Technology & Society Research Group