Interactive television experts gathered on Saturday, March 12, 2011 at SXSWi in Austin, Texas to discuss the future of social TV.
This short video from Mashable features some of the panelists and delegates from the social TV session talking about the future of TV.
Lila King, participation director at CNN.com says:
‘I thought it was so fascinating what Chole from Twitter said; that linear TV is so not dead. In fact it’s having a resurgence and it’s because we can actually be part of a story as it comes together.’
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