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[Audio] Teletext Fest 2016 – Digitiser Panel with Paul Rose, Tim Moore and Violet Berlin

Digi panel

Digi panel
Recorded at the Teletext-Digitiser Block Party Festival on 1 October 2016.

Panel 4, 7:00PM: A History of Digitiser with Paul Rose, Tim Moore and Violet Berlin
Presented by Chris Coltrane

Paul Rose AKA Mr Biffo rose (haw haw) to prominence in the mid-90s with his teletext video games magazine… er, Planet Sound, was it?
Tim Moore
is the acclaimed author of numerous travel books, including one about the time he journeyed through Spain on his ass.
Violet Berlin is the acclaimed presenter of numerous children’s and video game television shows, including the one that was a great big advertisement for the Quickshot Supervision.

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OBS logoTeletext Fest 2016 sponsored by Open Broadcast Systems.

CCH logoHosted by the Centre for Computing History, Cambridge.

Digitiser 2000 logoMore blogs, opinion and news about the Block Party at Digitiser2000.com.

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Teletext artist and head mad scientist at the UK Teletext Art Research Lab (TARL). | hello [at] teletextart (dot) co *dot* uk | danfarrimond.co.uk

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