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Interactive TV Standards: A Guide to MHP, OCAP, and JavaTV Hardcover – 26 May 2005
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"This is a practical guide for students, developers and managers that will help them to build and use the standards effectively, from writing their first MHP or OCAP application to deploying a full-blown application. It makes this book an excellent and essential reference handbook for all those who are new to developing standards-based middleware for DTV and iTV." - Journal of Learning, Media and Technology
About the Author
Steven Morris is an experienced developer in the area of interactive digital television. Formerly of Philips Electronics, one of the major players in the development of MHP, he was heavily involved in the development of the standard, its predecessors, and related standards such as JavaTV. In addition to work on the standard itself, Steven has experience developing MHP middleware and applications and is the Webmaster and content author for the 'Interactive TV Web' website (www.interactivetvweb.org and www.mhp-interactive.org), a key resource for MHP, JavaTV and OCAP developers.
Anthony Smith-Chaigneau is the former Head of Marketing & Communications for the DVB Consortium. In that role, he created the first MHP website www.mhp.org and was responsible for driving the market implementation of this specification. Anthony left the DVB to join Advanced Digital Broadcast, where he helped them bring the first commercial MHP receivers to market. He is still heavily involved in the DVB MHP committees with Osmosys, an MHP and OCAP licensing company, based out of Switzerland.
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