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 (vĭd′ē-ō-tĕks′) also vid·e·o·text (-tĕkst′)
An information service in which data is transmitted over television cables or telephone lines and displayed on a television or computer screen.

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(Computer Science) trademark an information system that displays information from a distant computer on a television screen. See also Teletext, Viewdata
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(ˈvɪd i oʊˌtɛks)

an information transmission and retrieval system that provides interactive communication via telephone or television for such purposes as data processing and electronic banking and shopping.
[1975–80; video + tex (t)]
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® [ˈvɪdɪəʊˌteks] Nvídeotex ® m
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The facility currently distributes the signals of superstation WTBS, Satellite Program Network and all SSS vertical blanking interval and audio subcarrier services, including Keefax National Teletext Magazine, CableText data services and SCAN (Satellite Cable Audio Networks).