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podcast

A digital audio or video file that is episodic, downloadable, program-driven (mainly with a host and/or theme) and convenient, usually via an automated feed with computer software.

podcast

A World Wide Web feed of audio or video files for playing on mobile devices such as MP3 players at a later time and at a listener's or viewer’s convenience.
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According to Warren Golden, President of NETCAST BPO Services, “Golden Gate BPO Solutions will serve as a key strategic partner for us, helping us expand our brand and reach within the United States, supporting our high quality service delivery from the Philippines and complementing our geographical footprint with their presence in the United States and Latin America-Caribbean regions.
The LX6500 series also features NetCast and is WiFi capable (adaptor required, sold separately).
By purchasing a separate camera with an integrated microphone, consumers can conduct HD video and voice calls by accessing Skype through the NetCast on-screen menu.
However, because the term podcast can confuse people into believing that an Apple iPod is required to listen to them, Leo and many others recommend using the term netcast.
Laporte is founder of The TWiT Netcast Network, which draws more than 500,000 unique listeners with four million downloads every month.
Last month Clinton announced entering into a business partnership with Canadian entrepreneur Howard Mann to start a company called MixMine, developed by his company DC NetCast Media Group.
This opportunity is made available to a massive global audience thanks to a partnership between Tata Communications and NetEvents, using for the first time, the NetCast LIVE[TM] multilingual, interactive, internet TV broadcasting platform from NetEvents.
In addition, along with the connectivity options of DLNA and NetCast, the PX950 supports the Multi Picture Format (MPF) function, enabling users to connect their 3D cameras to the TV and view their 3D pictures directly on the big screen.
The customer experience must be an indelible one to make your company stand out from the competition, and we are delighted that Bill Band will join us on this netcast to talk about how technology can provide that critical differentiation.
The INFINIA sets combine a slim design, a thin bezel, and an enhanced Internet connectivity package with a variety of entertainment options, including LG's NetCast Entertainment Access(TM).
The 8500 builds on the proven, competitive sound of 8400 version 3 while adding features that make it the ideal choice for FM stations simultaneously transmitting iBiquity's HD Radio(R), Eureka 147, or a netcast (where it works particularly well with Orban's aacPlus(R) Opticodec-PC(R) LE).