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webcastnoun [C]

uk   /ˈweb.kɑːst/  us   /-kæst/
a ​broadcast made on the internet: Click here to ​joinourlive webcast, Current Consumer Issues.
(Definition of webcast from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

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webcastnoun [C]

(also Webcast) uk   /ˈwebkɑːst/  us   /ˈwebkæst/ IT, INTERNET
an ​event or ​programme that is ​broadcast on the ​internet: An ​analyst appeared in a webcast ​touting a new ​share - a ​practice which is explicitly ​banned. She ​produces her own ​weekly webcast. The ​company has ​secured the webcast ​rights for the show.

webcastverb [I or T]

(also Webcast) uk   /ˈwebkɑːst/  us   /ˈwebkæst/ IT, INTERNET
to ​broadcast something on the ​internet: They are ​negotiating for the ​rights to webcast ​world championship ​events. The ​official announcement will be webcast ​live.
webcasting
noun [U]
The ​companygenerates significant ​revenue from its webcasting ​rights.
(Definition of webcast from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “webcast”
in Chinese (Simplified) 网上播出的节目…
in Turkish internetten yayın…
in Russian онлайн-конференция…
in Chinese (Traditional) 網上播出的節目…
in Polish webcast (= transmisja na żywo w internecie)…
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