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videocast

Syllabification: vid·e·o·cast
Pronunciation: /ˈvidiōˌkast
 
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Definition of videocast in English:

noun

A podcast with video content: our site has loads of extra features, from photo galleries to videocasts
More example sentences
  • I notice you didn't even introduce the problems of podcasts (or future videocasts) to the problem.
  • Blogs, wikis, podcasts, videocasts, and open source software are just a few of the emerging technologies prompting discussions about social networking, censorship, misinformation, plagiarism, and the role of technology in our schools.
  • As long as you've got a computer, and if you're reading this I imagine you do, you can subscribe to and watch videocasts, just like you never needed an iPod for podcasts either.

verb (past and past participle videocast)

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Make available as a videocast: the ceremonies were videocast live on the Internet
More example sentences
  • The ceremonies were videocast live on the Internet, and broadcast nationwide on radio.
  • You'll need a free ticket to get in to the Christmas Eve services, but his message also will be 'videocast' at three satellite congregations.
  • Note: I just had confirmation from the publicist that the concert will indeed be videocast live on the internet!

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