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blogcasting

Microsoft's term for podcasting, presumably to avoid using the word "pod," which refers to Apple's extremely popular iPod. See podcast.
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com/2014/11/15/playstation-experience-new-information-shared-its-going-to-be-crazy-out-of-control/) DualShockers has caught the latest PlayStation Blogcast and it was there that Sony announced that there will be "a lot more" in store for the December event.
For example, after viewing A Little Bit of So Much Truth, (5) the instructor asks students to prepare a message for the Oaxacan movement using a form of media, such as radio, TV,, or a blogcast.
In conjunction, Entest's scheduled blogcast will address areas into which the company seeks to expand and the significance of the addition of a new CFO.
SAN DIEGO -- Sorenson Media today announced that Go Daddy has chosen Sorenson Media video solutions to power its Quick Blogcast Web blogging platform for Mac users.
Another time-saving tool from Go Daddy is a new integrated product suite which allows users to quickly switch between Website Tonight, Quick Shopping Cart and Quick Blogcast.
com provides various tools including its WebSite Tonight and Quick BlogCast site builders, which let users easily create attractive, engaging, media-rich Web sites.
TV sites with Go Daddy's new Quick Blogcast tool, which allows them to combine blogs with video and audio recordings.
Quick Blogcast Morphs 2 Easy-to-Use Blog & Podcasting Tools
Comverse will exhibit Personal TV BlogCast which enables users to broadcast live video content to any device over IPTV and IMS.
Silkclips, a feature-rich video blogging application that provides an easy and effective way to capture, publish and play back videos, is the platform for Supernova's blogcast, allowing users to capture ideas and discussion facilitated by Supernova's various sessions and panels.
Some examples of new media include atom syndication formats, blogcasts, blogs, citizen journalism, e-books, e-mail, e-zines, ein presswire, flash, interactive advertising, interactive kiosks, Internet radio, machinima, mashum websites, mobilecasts, narrowcasts, peercasts, podcasts, Really Simple Syndication (RSS) feeds, social networks, such as Facebook and Twitter, screencasts, Short Message Service (SMS), video podcasts, user generated content, webinars, and wikis.
The second stage will open the airwaves to a broader audience that includes relevant community news and blogcasts from influencers who are making a difference in the industry.