- net + cast, ultimately from broadcast. (Wiktionary)
“But I can’t be the only one who marvels that the MSN netcast is sponsored by Chevy.”
“Note: we're having substantial problems with audio lately, so we're sorry for the quality of this netcast, which is not the best.”
“I just finished watching MTP netcast of the debate.”
“Between sets, the netcast has shown some relentlessly clever promotions for recycling and conservation.”
“WeatherBrains, by the way, is our weekly 30 minute netcast.”
“But Russert not only revolutionized Sunday morning talk in terms of format, he also led the charge to make Meet the Press available as a podcast on iTunes, as a netcast, and as a video podcast.”
“The transcript can be found here, and the netcast here.”
“(Transcript here; netcast here; something that rhymes with "Meet The Press" here.)”
“Now, it's worth it to watch the beginning of the show or to read the beginning of the transcript (netcast here, transcript here) because that is essentially where all the action takes place.”
“In a society increasingly armed with “smart mob” communications like ever-more inconspicuous e-video devices that netcast in realtime too late to confiscate, the responsibilities, consequences and dangers for police misbehavior shift ever more acutely back where they belong.”
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