Mahwah, New Jersey (PRWEB) December 15, 2006
Communications Technology International Incorporated (ComTec -- http://www.comtec-ars.com) announced today that it has provided audience voting services for the 2006 Marshall's US Figure Skating Challenge which was held at Boston University's Agganis Arena this past Sunday. The event was produced by ABC/ESPN and was broadcast nationally during the hours of 1:00 pm and 3:00 pm on December 10, 2006.
ComTec provided wireless handsets which allowed the in-arena audience to vote for their favorite skaters. ABC/ESPN also gathered votes from viewers calling into a 900 number, along with votes from visitors to the event's website. The in-arena system which included 3,500 Reply Worldwide wireless handsets is the largest known configuration for this hardware platform to date, and according to ComTec's President, Tom Campione "system performance was stellar".
Figure skaters who performed in the event include; Sasha Cohen, Emily Hughes, Johnny Weir, Kimmie Meissner, Katy Taylor, Even Lysacek, Rena Inoue & John Baldwin, and Tanith Belbin & Ben Agosto.
About Communications Technology Int'l Inc.
Communications Technology Int'l Inc. is the developer of ComTec XP audience polling software which is designed for use with Fleetwood's Reply wireless response systems. The company was established in 1986 when it purchased Applied Futures Inc. Applied Futures is credited with development of one of the first audience response systems which was patented as the Consensor in 1972.
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