Item RG 76.01.117 - Videotex: The New Medium

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Videotex: The New Medium

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RG 76.01.117

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  • 1971-02-20 (Creation)

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1 videocassette : Umatic ; 15 min.

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Video titled "Videotex: The New Medium". Videotex was an electronic data-retrieval system in which usually textual information was transmitted via telephone or cable television lines and displayed on a television set or video display terminal. Videotex was originally designed in the early 1970s. It was an information-delivery system for the home, and one of the earliest incarnations of an end-user information system.

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