videoconference

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videoconference

[‚vid·ē·o ′kän·frəns]
(communications)
A teleconference that employs some type of television camera or other video equipment.
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According to von Sponek, future possible topics for global videoconferences include world religion, the role of oil in global politics and the rights of girls and women.
The continued commitment and enthusiasm of the contributing faculty members is a cornerstone of the program, and helps keep the videoconference sessions relevant and timely.
Accurate Video Services is an affiliate of MIVNET (Metropolitan Interactive Videoconference Network).
After GSS schedules the call, the videoconference request automatically appears in the VNP operation console, and the call is entirely automated.
For those Australians and New Zealanders who could not be at the international conferences in North America, these videoconferences have brought them at least some of the professional development and networking experience during a local chapter meeting.
Seventy-one students from the University of Central Arkansas and the University of South Carolina participated in live videoconferences on November 4 and November 12, 1999.
The legislatures in Alaska, Kentucky and Nevada use both teleconferences and videoconferences.
But the best part of the unit was when they interviewed Stovall via a live videoconference.
With many of the newer videoconference systems able to stream video over the Internet, the attacker can forward unencrypted videoconferences to any number of anonymous destinations across the Internet.
For many users, six-channel calls have become the status quo for what videoconferences should look and sound like.
As noted earlier, satellite videoconferences with two-way audio allow organizations to hold worldwide meetings without incurring the usual travel costs.