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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The participants of the videoconference discussed the issues of development of funds and their delivery to agricultural producers.
The videoconference, dubbed as "Empowerment for Peace through Information and Communication (EPIC)" program, will have 100 selected OSY discussants divided equitably at the two venues, the embassy said.
Here are several tips to ensure your company has a great experience with each videoconference.
According to the company, the videoconference used TERRA-Southwest, an USD88m terrestrial broadband 'middle mile' project constructed by GCI's wholly owned subsidiary United Utilities Inc, using federal broadband stimulus funding provided by the Department of Agriculture's Rural Utilities Service.
Another reason teachers are exploring the use of videoconference technology is that either their students are moving, or the teachers themselves have to relocate.
The Port and the Lake Chelan Chamber are partnering to provide interactive videoconference connections between Chelan and the Confluence Technology Center in Wenatchee.
On Wednesday, Doan is scheduled to appear before Waxman's committee to answer questions about the videoconference and other issues.
Likewise, the videoconference between Alpha and students in Japan raised a minor ruckus in the local Texas media.
By using a communications bridge capable of connecting to multiple sites within a videoconference session, the researchers open up the world of scientific discovery to students in classrooms all over the state of Tennessee and beyond.
Ricci's suggestion came to fruition Wednesday as the City Council unanimously approved a plan to allow citizens to testify by videoconference from remote locations.
In 2005 and with the right software, a videoconference will run smoothly over a broadband phone line connection to the public Internet; an ISDN or other fast fixed line connection; an internal data network that uses the "Internet Protocol" (IP); or a wireless network that uses the 802.
Now that telecommunications are improving and the use of broadband and digital services are becoming less expensive in the region, videoconference use is taking off," says Guillermo Gasparini, sales manager, Application Systems for Sony Latin America.