teleseminar

teleseminar

[¦tel·ə′sem·ə‚när]
(communications)
A form of long-distance, electronic communication, primarily one-way, to many destinations from one source, for educational purposes, involving audio communication, and possibly also video and some form of graphics.
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com, is offering a new free tax lien investing Q & A teleseminar recording that will be available to listen to until June 15, 2016.
Charlotte Gerson will participate in a teleseminar hosted by Doug Parks, of www.
Increase teleseminar participation by sending a reminder text with the conference number to registrants 15 minutes before the call.
It full of promotional copy for the next association meeting, teleseminar or whatever.
rapid-response teleseminars: added to the AAJ Education schedule as needed to ensure members have critical fast-breaking information about litigation developments (for example, on November 20, 2007--10 days after Merck announced its intent to settle--the teleseminar "Vioxx Proposed Settlement--What You Need to Know" was held).
com)-- Joanne Musa, the Tax Lien Lady, will host a free tax lien investing teleseminar on Wednesday, October 7 at 8:30pm Eastern for a free Q & A teleseminar.
This teleseminar series will help them know where to start, what preparations they have to make, how to time the sale right, and who will purchase their businesses for top dollar.
Blogs are ideal marketing tools for authors, publishers, and conference or teleseminar producers who value ease, speed, and low cost," Parker observes.
This 90-minute live teleseminar provides an overview of the financial aspects of the pulp and paper industry.