- Blend of web and broadcast (Wiktionary)
- web + (broad)cast. (American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition)
“The webcast is almost two hours, and I bailed out before the end, but I recommend at least watching Furedi's opening statement.”
“In case you missed it, the webcast is now available on our new streaming server.”
“Update 2, 9: 17pm PT: The webcast is live at radiohead. tv, and working very well on this Mac, snapshots below.”
“You can learn more about it via this webcast from the Library of Congress.”
“I will be trying to tune in to the webcast from the Greek island of Symi, just a few miles off the Turkish coast.”
“Reading Ned Crouch's Mexicans and Americans: Cracking the Cultural Code is a good start (as well as Crouch’s webcast from the Library of Congress on this topic).”
“It will be broadcast live on C-SPAN, and the webcast will be here.”
“The best part about the webcast was the girl, who sounded VERY SEXISSIMO during the sentence or two that she spoke about irrelevant things when presumably she wasn't busy reading The Hobbit for the fiftieth time-- I was like *Zounds!”
“I highlight the word webcast and click on Add Link.”
“How about calling the webcast ‘What Else is Cookin’?”
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