Definition of vodcast in English:

vodcast

Syllabification: vod·cast
Pronunciation: /ˈvädkast
 
/

noun

Another term for videocast. the short vodcast will take viewers through the five easy steps to completing your tax return online
More example sentences
  • The family of products are multiplatform and allow you to watch movies, listen to music, download podcasts, vodcasts and so on all over the house.
  • Regular vodcasts and video features will be available to complement the extensive news and live coverage on site.
  • He's going to do Vodcasts on his blog.

Origin

early 21st century: blend of video and podcast.

Derivatives

vodcasting

noun
More example sentences
  • I think librarians should really weigh the pros and cons of both screencasting and vodcasting before using either technology.
  • Innovative practitioners might consider delving into vodcasting to deliver online neighborhood tours, highlight new listings, etc.
  • Whichever approach you take to vodcasting, the steps remain the same.

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