The BBC outlines its plans to push ‘Red Button’ online

The BBC outlines its plans to push ‘Red Button’ online

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New When discussing the BBC’s digital services, iPlayer and its website will likely feature highly in the conversation agenda. But what about the BBC Red Button? First introduced in 1999 as BBC Text, the Red Button constitutes part of the BBC’s digital TV offering, replacing its analogue Ceefax service. Today, the...
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