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Laura Murray Laura Murray | 13:50 UK time, Thursday, 11 November 2010

"Today the BBC Trust published its review of the BBC's interactive television service, BBC Red Button. The BBC Trust regularly reviews BBC services, inviting public opinion to assess how well our services are performing and what, if anything, should change.

This review follows a public consultation undertaken in late 2009, which produced over 5,600 responses, and included a study of the BBC's own research into how viewers engage with the service."

John Denton, the BBC's Managing Editor of TV Platforms has blogged about the feedback received on BBC Red Button. To read John's blog post in full and to make a comment, head to the Internet Blog. You can read the full review on the BBC Trust website.

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