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teleconference

[¦tel·ə′kän·frəns]
(communications)
A two-way interactive meeting between relatively small groups of people remote from one another but linked by telecommunication facilities involving audio communication, and possibly also video, graphics, or facsimile.
More broadly, any of various facilities allowing people to communicate among each other over some distance, encompassing teleseminars and telemeetings.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.

teleconferencing

(long distance conferencing) A communications session between three or more people by telephone or video. Teleconferencing is synonymous with videoconferencing. See tele, videoconferencing and data conferencing.
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The Board accommodates those requests with in-person or video-teleconference hearings.
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