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webcast

a broadcast of an event over the World Wide Web

Webcast

(1) See Webinar.

(2) To send live audio or video to the user from a website. It is the Internet counterpart to traditional radio and TV broadcasting. See Internet radio and Internet TV.

(3) To send selected Web-based information (text, graphics, audio, video, etc.) to Internet users based on individual requirements. See push technology.
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These statements include statements about Ramtron's plans to report its financial results for the second quarter of 2005 on July 28, 2005 and to inaugurate a new interactive format for its quarterly teleconference webcasts, which will include PowerPoint slides to support management's prepared remarks and an extended question-and-answer session for individual investors.
A webcast and conference call to discuss the results will be held on Wednesday, July 27, 2005, at 10:00 a.
ZapThink is hosting the industry's key luminaries on this topic - Miko Matsumura from Infravio and Brent Carlson from LogicLibrary - on its June 8, 2005 ZapForum Webcast entitled "End-to-End Metadata Management: Registries, Repositories, and Governance.
The archived webcasts can then be located by clicking on the "Audio Events" tab.
Our webcasts have proven to be one of the most popular mechanisms for making this happen," said Julia Wotipka, online programs manager at Fios.
ZapThink is announcing a refreshing, new Webcast series aimed at the rapidly growing Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA) market.
Compliance Week's "Compliance Dialogues" Webcasts are a unique opportunity for corporate executives to hear how other companies are structuring and addressing the compliance function.
Free Webcast on December 1 to Address Building Regulatory Compliance into the New Product Development Process
Standard computer microphone required for audio, USB webcam required to include video in webcasts.
We are pleased to continue to host educational webcasts for the supply management community," said Jim Wetekamp, Verticalnet's Vice President of Solution Strategy.