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Teletext R Podcast, 29 February 2020 – Matti Ramo: Teletext Is Not Fin(n)ished

Matti Ramo has been a journalist with Finland’s YLE Text for 19 years. Not only has he written and formatted thousands of articles and teletext pages, but has somehow found the time to be an internationally renowned travel writer. His bicycle journey through the Himalayas has been the subject of a documentary on the YLE television network.

TART2020 (Teletext Art 2020) is the latest teletext art festival to be organised by FixC, edited by Matti on behalf of collaborators YLE Text. Matti speaks about his contributions to the artform and the future of teletext in Finland.

Direct downloadTeletext R Podcast 29 February 2020 (22mb)

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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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