Definition of Teleshop


Teleshop means a commercial broadcast advertising one or several advertised items (several goods, etc.), bearing a reference to a contact telephone number or any other means of communication with the help of which the the user can order any of the items advertised in said commercial broadcast; the duration of a commercial broadcast is at least 120 (one hundred twenty) seconds.
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Examples of Teleshop in a sentence

Our major competitors in long distance services are: Allstream, TELUS, Primus, and Vonage across Canada; dial-around providers, such as Yak and Looney Call, which are divisions of Yak Communications (Canada) Corp., in Ontario; Teleshop Communications Inc.
Our major competitors in long distance services are: TELUS, MTS, EastLink, Primus and Vonage, across Canada; dial-around providers, such as Yak and Looney Call (divisions of Yak Communications (Canada) Corp.), Teleshop Communications Inc.