Go Interact TV managing director Paul Davey has quit ahead of the launch of the firm's longest running interactive TV project for the BBC, writes Barbara Marshall
Davey, who spent four years establishing the former Sony subsidiary as a leading provider of return path services, left last month. Although unconfirmed, there is talk that Davey will be replaced in the autumn.In the meantime, the management team consists of chief technology officer Neil Cashman, chief operating officer Peter Clayden-Spence and finance director Gary Bullock.Separately, Go Interact TV is providing the interactive TV application for Making It, the talent show to find a new presenter for CBBC. Viewers will be able to answer questions and vote throughout the show's five-week run which kicked off on CBBC on 5 August and will air on BBC 1 from 19 August. The technology has built-in intelligence to ensure that each household only responds once per day and is never asked the same question twice.