Interactive TV
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It already has.
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It happened the first time  in 1992 during the presidential campaign.

Interactive technology gave you a presidential campaign which removed a popular, sitting president, thrust an accountant into contention, and elected an unknown Southern governor to the White House.  This is not what our founder, Brock d'Avignon intended, but it happened because people could be heard.   Each of the four candidates d'Avignon who received consulting and services shot up in the polls at about 2 points a day.  

The four candidates, in case you could not guess, were Ross Perot, Pat Buchanan, Jerry Brown and Bill Clinton.  

The Team learned from that experience.  This time we are including more interaction and effective collaboration for viewers.

And for the details on 1992, READ HERE