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a system of communications via computer, satelite, or other circuits in which written messages are distributed to receivers electronically
electronic mail
a leased communications circuit between two or more locations
dedicated line
the use o mild or indirect expression instead of one that is harsh and unpleasent, such as pass away for die
euphemism
a device that electronically transmits images, written or printed information, or artists' drawings
facsimile
a response gathered from listeners by speakers indicating how well communications were received
feedback
pictures formed in the mind; figures of speech to help listeners from forceful and beautiful pictures in their minds
imagery
the electromagnetic transmission of audio, video, or data communications at high radio frequencies
microwave
that which is indirectly suggested or implied; a conclusion; deduction
inference
an interconnected and coordinated system of teminals or receiving stations able to receive communications
network
a prerecorded production that is seen and heard through more than one form of media
multimedia
the transfer of meaning without the use of sound
nonverbal communications
the scientific study of teh meanings of words
semantics
the segment of the total population who will be receptive to a communication concerning a product
target market
communications over a distance using electronic means including wire, coaxial cable, radio, microwave, satellite, or fiver optic cable
telecommunications
the use of an electronic medium for interactive communication by individuals or groups located remotely from one another
teleconerencing
translating from code into ordinary language
decoding
a band of frequencies which has been allocated for communications
channel
the condition, option, of feeling existing in the public at the time of speaking or writing
climate
anticipating how listeners will react to a message during the preparation stage of the presentation
audience analysis
the condition, option, of feeling existing in the public at the time of speaking or writing
climate
a space satellite located 22,300 miles above the equator, used for receiving and retransmitting audio and video data
communications satellite