All the teletext stuff I could find compiled into one large, but very handy categorised list. Happy telly-texting.
- Teletext Then and Now: The Teletext Museum collects teletext pages of historical significance, not just from its native United Kingdom but worldwide also.
- The Teletext Preservation Project and its sister site Viewdata.org.uk aim to hunt down and archive as many pages as is humanly –and indeed robotly– possible.
- The Teletext Mailing List remains an ‘underground’ source of teletext-related chat, even in this pre-post-teletext era.
- The Teletext Facebook Group is the Internet’s largest collection of teletexters. Now with over 500 members, it is the primary teletext news source for social networkers of webland.
- The International Teletext Art Festival has been running since 2012, and has broadcast on services in countries such as Germany, Austria, Switzerland and Finland.
- The 2006 VBI Microtel project was a channel broadcast on Dutch teletext for the 35th International Film Festival in Rotterdam. During its all-too-brief lifespan, it exhibited numerous artists’ teletext designs.
- The Teletext Block Party: teletext art on the road. Has hosted workshops and ‘txt parties’ at Tate Britain, St Helens Library and the Superbyte Festival amongst others.
- Teletext VBIT Pi emulates a teletext signal via Raspberry Pi. Within ten minutes, you too can be running a new teletext service on your old television.
- Teefax is the pioneering VBIT Pi teletext service, but it can also be viewed in a web browser.
- The Teletextr Podcast remains the world’s
onlybest teletext radio show. Includes panels from Teletext Fest events and interviews with prominent members of the artisan teletext movement.
- Dan Farrimond (that’s me) has been exhibited on teletext services across Europe… and the UK.
- Steve Horsley is a former employee of Teletext Ltd. who now creates more than just pixel horses.
- Raquel Meyers works with text mode formats such as PETSCII and teletext.
- Digitiser2000 is the new home of ex-Teletext writer Mr Biffo. He occasionally posts about his experiences working with teletext. See also: Games of My Years: The Digitiser Story.
- Chipflip is blog-label about low res crafts such as teletext and text art, while Text-Mode, curated by Goto80 and Raquel Meyers, compiles examples of such art.
- Jason Robertson’s Teletext Blog documents pages captured from VHS and Betamax recordings.
- The Illarterate Blog occasionally hosts teletext-related news and editorial content.
Last updated 12 February 2017.