teletron

teletron

(ˈtɛlɪˌtrɒn)
n
(Telecommunications) a system for showing enlarged televisual images in sports stadiums
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The lucky EuroMillions Plus winners, both retired, explained they were in line at Teletron in Tallaght's Square Shopping Centre as the centre was jammed.
Daphne watches every episode on her antiquated Teletron TV.
Teletron's Virtual Analyst is a Web-based tool that allows companies to access inventory and billing information, as well as pay their bills, in one combined format from all their telecommunications providers -- local, voice, data, wireless and Internet service providers.
Other knowledge-based companies flourishing in Bloomington include Teletron, which helps businesses and individuals manage their telecommunications costs, and Cornerstone Information Systems, which produces software to allow consumers to access travel information and make travel purchases more efficiently.
Prior to joining lstBooks, Lau served as Call Center manager for Teletron.
For reservations ($45 per person), call Teletron at 392-7469.
Another high-tech development was last year's opening of the 88-acre Bloomington Technology Park and the welcoming of its first tenants: Teletron, American Fasteners, TruGreen Chemlawn and U.S.
Teletron, a fast-growing telecommunications-audit company, purchased 23 acres, has built two 53,000-square-foot buildings, and has plans for four more.
In the Bloomington Technology Park, the telecommunications auditing firm Teletron broke ground for its 52,000-square-foot headquarters facility on its 23-acre campus.
Teletron, a telephone-bill management and consulting service for large companies, will construct a 52,000-square-foot facility in the Bloomington Technology Park, The company purchased 23 acres to accommodate future growth, and will eventually double its 215-employee workforce.