07.19.2007 08:00 AM
Ensequence iTV application powers Bravo, DISH Network interactivity

NBC Universal, EchoStar Communications and its DISH Network satellite TV service said last week that viewers of Bravo's “Top Chef 3 Miami” now have the ability to interact with the program via satellite television in the United States.

DISH Network, through its use of Ensequence’s iTV application, allows viewers with compatible interactive receivers to interact with the program with a click of the remote.

For each episode of “Top Chef 3 Miami,” DISH Network viewers go interactive directly through the TV remote — without requiring another device-to answer polls about which chef should “pack their knives and go” each week.

For more information, visit: www.ensequence.com.



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