User-guided Entertainment (TV) – (Associated with Fully-integrated Participant, Actualized Audience Culture, User-guided Experiences) - User-guided Entertainment can offer more interactivity for the viewer.

(1) Viewers tell a show's producers/writers how they think the program's plot should unfold and/or end. The program's plot is developed by incorporating at least part of that data.

(2) Taking the perspective of one or more characters in the program, viewers can determine what happens to that program's individual character(s).

An early interactive television example of this was:
Twenty-first Century Vaudeville" Produced by Telemorphix.

The movie Snakes On A Plane incorporated this principal.

User-generated Content

User-generated Video on Demand

History of Interactive Television