freeviewTeletext Holidays has confirmed it will be shutting down its Freeview channel at the end of September.
The Daily Mail group, who own the service, have chosen to focus on developing apps and platforms for Smart or connected TV’s going forward.
Teletext Holidays released the following statement: “Teletext Holidays has been a television platform for over 15 years, and will continue this trend within digital only platforms developing apps and platforms for Smart or connected TVs, but has decided to relinquish its Freeview 101 channels at the end of September 2012.

The Teletext information service on analogue and digital television platforms was shut down in December 2009, ahead of the initially scheduled January 2010 closure. Teletext Holidays continued as a standalone service on Freeview, but it has now been confirmed to come to an end this autumn.

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