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cast·ing

(kas'ting),
1. A metallic object formed in a mold.
2. The act of forming a casting in a mold.

cast·ing

(kast'ing)
A metal structure, such as an artificial tooth crown, produced by forcing molten metal into a mold.
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The company chief executive officer, Bill Furlong, said, 'Our clients are delighted to have Escapia integrated with NAVIS Narrowcast. The integration will allow our mutual customers to provide better customer service by giving them easier access to more information on their prospects and customers through NAVIS Narrowcast.
After a group of major record companies, including Sony BMG Music Entertainment, accused Joel Tenenbaum of illegal file-sharing, he sought to allow Courtroom View Network (CVN) to "narrowcast" the non-evidentiary motion hearing in his case.
Technically, I guess an audience of one or two would be a narrowcast rather than a broadcast, but even if your efforts never make one of the online directories, if you put it up online, it's a podcast.
In a best-practiced situation, when we're interested in broadcast and not narrowcast, television can do good.
Also, it is hard to argue with the piece's contention that the atomization of the mass media is being hastened by digital and wireless communications, from narrowcast cable TV to cell phones.
The FA4517S EDFA allows amplification of optical broadcast and narrowcast signals, as needed, for extending reach or overcoming passive losses associated with splitting and combining of optical signals.
NarrowCast Group (Louisville, KY), a new company formed by former TechTarget co-founder Tom Cottingham and other former TechTarget management, has secured $850,000 in an initial round of funding from a group of local venture capitalists and individual investors.
* Ensuring access to objective information to populations affected by the conflict through broadcast and narrowcast radio.
MicroStrategy's Narrowcast Server, for example, can send out messages triggered either by transactional systems that report an event or enterprise resource planning (ERP) systems that are set to send a message if a resource threshold has been reached.
MicroStrategy SDK provides access to the entire spectrum of MicroStrategy 7 functionality through a set of full-featured, open APIs -- MicroStrategy Intelligence Server(TM) API, MicroStrategy Narrowcast Server(TM) API and MicroStrategy SDK's Java Web API.
The keynote address given by The New Yorker magazine staff writer, Paul Goldberger, stressed the increased importance of livable cities in our culture of specialization and narrowcast technology.