program monitor

program monitor

[′prō·grəm ′män·əd·ər]
(communications)
A monitor used to observe the quality of a radio or television broadcast.
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Elizabeth Jane Howard published her first novel, The Beautiful Visit, in 1950 and wrote two more before being asked to interview Evelyn Waugh on the BBC television program Monitor in 1964.
Visitors can also see the Content Matching Module (CMM) for Volicon Observer systems, which enables operators to flag and access specific audio cues when they appear in a broadcast, as well as the latest release of the Observer Remote Program Monitor (RPM), delivering critical on-demand and interactive services and advertising by leveraging automated video monitoring tools that can emulate customer actions.
10.5.3.5(d)] states that the program monitor shall maintain a hydraulic-contamination-control trend-analysis chart (Figure 10.5-4) for each assigned aircraft and SE requiring hydraulic sampling.
Energy Office program monitor. The Program gives residents a rebate of US$3.50 per watt that can be produced on the photovoltaic solar panel and rebates of up to US$1,000 for a solar water heater, depending on the size;
Job openings include two administrative assistants to assist the Food for Kids Programs manager with running the Summer Feeding Program; four drivers to deliver meals to sites in the Oklahoma City area; four program monitors who will visit sites to ensure all sites are following guidelines set by the Summer Feeding Program and the Regional Food Bank; one summer feeding associate to implement the Summer Feeding Program at the Moore Food & Resource Center; and six Hope's Kitchen associates to assist in the daily production of meals and snacks.
The Consulting Center program is a national program for addiction counseling and the Saudi Al-Marsad program monitors all programs and activities carried out by authorities in the field of prevention and control of drugs.
Senator Gilberto Rodriguez's (PPD) bill calls for teachers to refer cases to a counselor, who would then work with the parents on a diet-exercise program monitored by monthly visits.
NNSA's HEU Transparency Program monitors the Russian HEU-to-LEU conversion process to ensure that all LEU delivered to the U.S.
Thirteen modules are aimed at licensers, social workers, early intervention professionals, food program monitors, family child care system representatives, child development associated monitors, and accreditation or environmental rating scale observers, and address strategies for communication, documentation, time management, workplace safety, assertiveness, motivation, ethics, understanding the law, note taking, safety, and other aspects, with case studies for each.
The program monitors the evaluation of family planning, nutrition, HIV/AIDS and maternal and child health programs worldwide.
The Adult Ed monitoring plan includes a technical review instrument with spreadsheets that requires staff to see if grantees put up the match and tells program monitors what evidence to look for.
In Denmark, the VetStat program monitors all veterinary use of medicines for animals.
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