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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.
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The association is planning to hold future teleconferences based on the success of this first-ever event.
For more information about this or future teleconferences, contact the Pennsylvania Nurserymen's Association, 1924 N.
Virtually all (97 percent) respondents want to receive information from the company prior to a teleconference.
That's why we recently introduced our "Instant Replay" service, which provides a high quality digital recording to a teleconference that be accessed at a later time by analysts with scheduling conflicts.
This teleconference session will include the following discussion points:
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A telephonic playback of the teleconference will be available for two days beginning at 12:30 p.
The teleconference will also be broadcast live on the company's investor relations' page at http://www.
The Company will hold a teleconference to discuss the financial results and future plans and prospects.
You may also listen to the teleconference live via the Internet at www.