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a broadcast of an event over the World Wide Web


(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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Noncommercial webcasters, such as hobbyists or collegiate stations, broadcast for other reasons and usually do not generate profits.
Small webcasters have a variety of economic arrangements with third parties, the most common being agreements with bandwidth providers and advertisers.
Under the latest proposal, new commercial Webcasters like Blake would have more than one option in choosing how to pay royalties over the next two years.
The two sides had reached a compromise a few weeks earlier that would allow small webcasters to pay a percentage of their revenue or expenses, with the hopes that Congress would pass it into law before payments were due.
But in setting a rate that is about 10 times that proposed by Webcasters, the panel clearly concluded that the Webcasters' proposal was unreasonably low.
The Finnish new media contents provider Alma Media and Webcasters Oy, a subsidiary of the TV productions company Broadcasters Oy, have decided to form a joint company for new media content production.
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Until I developed a new web site, I had no idea how much personal information webcasters collected on visitors.
In an effort to unite the more than 2,000 Webcasters around the world, Peggy Miles, president of Internet broadcasting and digital consulting firm InterVox Communications, spearheaded the founding of The International Webcasters Association (IWA).
Announced at the National Association of Broadcasters (NAB) annual conference, the powerful suite now features eMCee, an application that allows webcasters and advertisers to poll viewers about content and their related interests and preferences during the event.