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- Ceefax (/ˈsiːfæks/, punning on "see-facts") was the world's first teletext information service and a forerunner to the current BBC Red Button service....
- Ceefax is the debut full-length album by Fridge, released 10 March 1997. The CD digipack case is natural-tone paper colour, with clear ink on the front...
- were introduced by major broadcasters in the UK, starting with the BBC's Ceefax service in 1974. It offered a range of text-based information, typically...
- limited company, BBC Enterprises Ltd. In 1974, the BBC's teletext service, Ceefax, was introduced, created initially to provide subtitling, but developed...
- four terrestrial TV channels. Telesoftware and tutorials were available on Ceefax (BBC teletext service) for the BBC Micro via its teletext adapter between...
- by the BBC, and broadcast in the United Kingdom. The services replaced Ceefax, the BBC's analogue teletext service. BBC Red Button's text services were...
- transmissions were made by the BBC in 1972–74, with the name Ceefax ("see facts"). The Ceefax system went live on 23 September 1974 with thirty pages of...
- The phrase being used in a BBC Ceefax test from 1972....
- October 2012. In-vision Ceefax broadcasts started in 1980, initially as a daytime filler, but as programme hours expanded Ceefax was shown before the start...
- captions), which is why the term subtitle is also used to refer to the Ceefax-based Teletext encoding that is used with PAL-compatible video. The term...
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