Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of narrowcast.
  • verb Third-person singular simple present indicative form of narrowcast.

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Examples

  • Obama rarely narrowcasts to black audiences, leaving it to her to address concerns among African-Americans.

    Inside Obama’s Dream Machine

  • Broadcast has given way to a proliferation of narrowcasts.

    Archive 2005-12-01

  • Broadcast has given way to a proliferation of narrowcasts.

    Further Monday Notes

  • Co, narrowcasts from their extensive network of media, branding, technology and other experts in North America.

    Forbes.com: News

  • Otherwise, it will be just another MLB platform that narrowcasts itself to a rabid, but small group of fanatics that I am a part of.

    The Juice Blog

  • "The webs are due to begin new contract talks with NABET in February." narrowcast -- network or programming aimed at a specialized audience; the opposite of a broadcast; "Speedvision, which narrowcasts automobile programming, is carried by most Media One systems." net -- network; "Many ABC stations were concerned about the viability of the net's fall schedule."

    Variety.com

  • "The webs are due to begin new contract talks with NABET in February." narrowcast -- network or programming aimed at a specialized audience; the opposite of a broadcast; "Speedvision, which narrowcasts automobile programming, is carried by most Media One systems." net -- network; "Many ABC stations were concerned about the viability of the net's fall schedule."

    Variety.com

  • "The webs are due to begin new contract talks with NABET in February." narrowcast -- network or programming aimed at a specialized audience; the opposite of a broadcast; "Speedvision, which narrowcasts automobile programming, is carried by most Media One systems." net -- network; "Many ABC stations were concerned about the viability of the net's fall schedule."

    Variety.com

  • It’s a little bit ironic that broadband internet has enabled all these narrowcasts (podcasts) - to which I’m thankful.

    Public Radio Fan’s Podcast List

  • "broadcasts" should be called "narrowcasts" due to the blinkered, twisted "progressive" views presented as fact without "fair and balanced" offsetting views. lowrider from Baden Ontario on Tue, December 30, 2008 at 1: 46: 29 PM twh says:

    PTBC J-Log

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