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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.
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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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With Time Warner and AOL on board, Entertaindom has room to fail, as do Pop.com and NBC's new Netcasting venture NBCX -- consisting primarily of original comedy-focused animated and live-action streaming video drawn from both NBC and other providers.
Similar to Artisan, Trimark was one of the first Hollywood players to test the Netcasting waters by teaming up with Broadcast.com.
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HOLLYWOOD Joe and Harry Gantz, the creators of HBO's voyeuristic docu "Taxicab Confessions," have bowed Crushed-planet.com, a new Netcasting site featuring five original shows that use the duo's hidden-camera approach to filmmaking but with Webcams.
With a spring launch date, POP.com, however, is late to the Netcasting game -- a field already dominated by Yahoo!
Propaganda could also end up acquiring several growing upstarts in the 'Netcasting arena, considering its parent, SCP Private Equity Partners, has holdings in communications and 'Net companies, with $260 million in equity.
The major studios are also talking about ganging up and launching their own Netcasting site modeled after the UIP distribution entity in which Universal, Paramount and MGM are currently partnered overseas.