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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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As time permits, management will read selected questions aloud to the teleconference audience and then respond accordingly.
In order to view the slide presentation while listening to the teleconference webcast and to ask questions via the online interface, investors should visit the Ramtron website at www.
The "Great Gifts of Home" teleconference, held Thursday, May 1, at 1 p.
The Donor Would Like Control" teleconference will cover all methods for donors to exert control use of their gifts and give children charitable influence options through private foundations, supporting organizations, donor advised funds, and personal foundations.
Users also have the opportunity to check rates before starting a teleconference by clicking one icon.
To participate in the teleconference, interested parties should call 888-266-4139 five minutes prior to the 12 p.
A replay of the teleconference will be available starting two hours after the teleconference is completed and will be available until Feb.
A replay of the teleconference will be available on Tuesday March 7, two hours after the call ends, until Wednesday March 15 at the close of the business day at 800-642-1687.
Joining the teleconference, will be Craig Ross, Director of Global Communication Services from Dade Behring.
The teleconference will feature a slide show that can be accessed by participants over the internet.