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noun & verb
- ‘over 200,000 subscribers worldwide followed the contest via a special cybercast’another term for webcast‘the show will be cybercast on the band's website’
- ‘After watching the cybercast and seeing photos from the competition, I must say that Juliette beat her on every pose.’
- ‘According to the Vikings, traffic to the team's Web site has been much greater than the league's average, although the cybercasts haven't yet proven to be a big revenue producer.’
- ‘Before MLB.com started cybercasting nine innings in 20 minutes, the Mariners, Canucks and others televised truncated reruns.’
- ‘They did a live cybercast three months ago with interviews with the entire cast.’
- ‘Internationally, the league had live "cybercasts" in 12 languages besides English.’
- ‘I'm sure we'll give a cybercast or two on the way out.’
- ‘Complete coverage of all sports, updated continuously, plus cybercasts, personality sites, and official school sites.’
- ‘And finally, I loved doing the X-Men cybercast for Fox, even if no one at the convention got to participate.’
- ‘I really enjoyed the Olympia cybercast Saturday night.’
- ‘Bay Area surf guru Mark Renneker led a safari to the South Shetland Islands in February, a sojourn that was cybercast to anyone in Webland who ever wondered what it would be like to catch waves spawned from fracturing icebergs.’
- ‘Heller invites her fans to participate in cybercasting the upcoming movies.’
- ‘ESPN and ESPN2 will televise NBDL games for the next three seasons, and both NBA.com and ESPN.com will cybercast selected games.’
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