from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.
- noun A news or entertainment program transmitted over the Internet.
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- noun Internet A
broadcastof audiovisualmaterial over the Internet.
- verb to broadcast a cybercast
from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
A press conference immediately afterward was "" cybercast '' to the world.
But the Supreme Court session itself, of course, was not cybercast, which may be for the best.
In 1997 he cybercast a videotape of Pamela Anderson having sex with her then husband, rocker Tommy Lee.
Pearl Jam lyrics -- sung to the tune of "The Wall" and censored by AT&T in a concert cybercast.
Also, live cybercast of a symposium about Madison 3/16/01.
Many of the day's activities will be cybercast, allowing children from around the globe to take part in the festivities.
Web users can link to the cybercast at the White House website (www. whitehouse.gov), at the Department of Education's website, at EarthLink, and at more than 100 top Internet sites, including many of the most popular children's and educational websites.
Easter Egg Roll activities will be cybercast this year, and will be accessible at www. whitehouse.gov.
With support from SUN Microsystems, these lectures and discussions are cybercast live from the East Room in the White House.
Appropriately, as we enter the new century, the East Room also hosted the first ever White House cybercast.