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ACTV LETS FANS GET INTERACTIVE WITH LAKERS AND KINGS
Published May 3, 1995
ACTV through its subsidiary, the Los Angeles Interactive Network, tested its interactive programming service in conjunction with Prime Ticket-West during Monday's Lakers-Sonics game. The service, which allows viewers to choose camera angles, call up statistics, and select instant replay was also avaliable during last night's Kings-Jets game and will be available during tonight's Kings-Blackhawks game. ACTV President William Samuels: "We are on target to expand the test to include 1,000 homes by September" (ACTV).