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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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For more information about this or future teleconferences, contact the Pennsylvania Nurserymen's Association, 1924 N.
The teleconference is becoming a preferred method to control skyrocketing travel costs, such as those incurred for sales meetings that involve flying regional sales managers to one central location from around the country, according to Joe Morrison, president of Chicago- based Darome Teleconferencing.
However, 91 percent cautioned that teleconferences do not eliminate the need for in-person meetings with the company management.
The company also announced today a new audio-visual format for its quarterly teleconference webcasts, which Ramtron plans to inaugurate with second-quarter 2005 results on July 28.
The "Great Gifts of Home" teleconference, held Thursday, May 1, at 1 p.
Users also have the opportunity to check rates before starting a teleconference by clicking one icon.
Key issues to be discussed on the teleconference include:
To participate in the teleconference, interested parties should call +1-877-241-2557 five minutes prior to the 11:00 a.
Fitch Ratings will hold a teleconference tomorrow, March 7 at 2 p.
Registration: The teleconference is free, but attendees must register beforehand by completing a short form at www.
A free, educational teleconference workshop discussing cutaneous T-cell lymphoma and other orphan lymphomas, "Orphan Lymphomas: Cutaneous T-Cell, Mantle Cell and Primary Central Nervous System," will be held Wednesday, December 13 from noon to 1 p.