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vidcast

(VIDeo podCAST) A video clip designed to be viewed in a portable device. Also called a "vcast," "vodcast" and "videocast," a vidcast is the video counterpart of a podcast and uses the same RSS syndication method for delivering material to users. See podcast and vlog.
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APIONEERING language teacher has set himself an unusual target - to spend a day learning Manx on a live videocast and then have a conversation in the language with someone who is fluent.
The "North America Retail 2020" report and videocast, presented by Hannah Donoghue, senior analyst at RetailNet Group, examines these areas, bringing to light various competitive dynamics as well as highlighting winning channels and store formats of the future.
net during an interview in the INQuest: Vote 2013 videocast of the online company.
Now a videocast by Chief Inspector Wayne Jones has been posted at www.
River City Bank (assets: $920 million) recently launched the second chapter of its videocast series, "From Wall Street to Your Street.
The Product Design course at the University of Brighton has introduced an assessment task where students are required to submit a videocast of them generating a CAD model, in addition to a portfolio of work.
And in a videocast message for the website, the Archbishop of Canterbury Dr Rowan Williams said "calendar" was the only association for most people in relation to Advent.
Called "5 Products in 5 Minutes," Lempert will host the weekly Wednesday videocast and examine each product based on seven specific criteria: taste, value, health, ingredients, preparation, appearance, and packaging.
uk/Indicator, where a videocast is available to help guide users through ways of using the tool.
PREMIER ASSISTIVE TECHNOLOGY has launched Premier Presentation Capture software as a component of its Premier VideoCast Studio.
The digital content can be in music, video, anime, picture, podcast, animation, videocast and vlog form.
They also have a 20 minute videocast that you can download or watch on your PC.