Origin of networking
- a group of transmitting stations linked by wire or microwave relay so that the same program can be broadcast or telecast by all.
- a company or organization that provides programs to be broadcast over these stations: She was hired by the network as program coordinator.
verb (used without object)
verb (used with object)
Origin of network
Examples from the Web for networking
Contemporary Examples of networking
I recognize a few Ukrainian professionals from a networking group and they hug me warmly.Slouching Towards Maidan: An American Hair-Trader Reflects On Ukraine’s Protests
December 15, 2013
Her entire career has been based less on solid accomplishment than on her networking skills.Susan Rice Didn’t Deserve State Post, Let Alone Her U.N. Role
December 14, 2012
I met Shon at a networking mixer; he was getting his MBA at Wharton.Busting a Cyberstalker: How Carla Franklin Fought Back—and Triumphed
October 12, 2012
On Friday this week Brooks's networking with politicians will be the main theme—and more than anyone Cameron will be in the dock.The Woman Who Could Bring Down Cameron
May 9, 2012
“This meeting was great for networking and giving people a stage,” said one participant, a female Cairo journalist.Egypt’s Game Changers: Samira Ibrahim and the Women Who Speak Up About Sexual Violence
January 22, 2012
Historical Examples of networking
Networking must also be supported by communications technologies.Shock and Awe
Harlan K. Ullman
Enroll them in a networking club for the jobless, one of the really good ones.Makers
As rudimentary as it still is, networking excludes everything that is not fast- paced and to the point.
Networking, at many levels and in many ways, is related to the characteristics of our pragmatic framework.
On the increasingly rewarding practical experiences of networking, literacy is challenged by transitory, partial literacies.
1887, "to cover with a network," from network (n.). From 1940 as "to broadcast over a (radio) network;" 1972 in reference to computers; 1980s in reference to persons. Related: Networked; networking.
"net-like arrangement of threads, wires, etc.," 1550s, from net (n.) + work (n.). Extended sense of "any complex, interlocking system" is from 1839 (originally in reference to transport by rivers, canals, and railways). Meaning "broadcasting system of multiple transmitters" is from 1914; sense of "interconnected group of people" is from 1947.