Telidon


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Telidon

(ˈtɛlɪˌdɒn)
n
(Telecommunications) trademark a Canadian interactive viewdata service
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(5.) JUDY EROLA & FRANCIS FOX, CONSUMER AND CORPORATE AFFAIRS CANADA, FROM GUTENBERG TO TELIDON, A GUIDE TO CANADA'S COPYRIGHT REVISION PROPOSALS (1984); Canada, House of Commons, Standing Committee on Communications and Culture, Report of the Sub-Committee on the Revision of Copyright: A Charter of Rights for Creators, Ottawa, Supply & Services Canada, 1988 (Chair: G.
While videotext was introduced in such countries as Canada (Telidon), France (Teletel), Germany (Bildschirmtext), Japan (Captain), Sweden, the U.K., and the U.S., it was only in France that its deployment was successful.
In the late '70s and early '80s the Canadian government spent at least $9 million developing and marketing the "Telidon" videotex software developed right in its own Communications Department's research labs as part of a national economic development program.