Definition of vodcast in English:

vodcast

noun

  • ‘the short vodcast will take viewers through the five easy steps to completing your tax return online’
    another term for videocast
    • ‘Regular vodcasts and video features will be available to complement the extensive news and live coverage on site.’
    • ‘What I look forward to is students creating more and better multimedia content to contribute to the community through their own blogs, podcasts, and vodcasts.’
    • ‘The family of products are multiplatform and allow you to watch movies, listen to music, download podcasts, vodcasts and so on all over the house.’
    • ‘Not that they would do anything as square as a spreadsheet or write a letter when they could make a 15-minute video and upload it as a vodcast.’
    • ‘He's going to do Vodcasts on his blog.’

Origin

Early 21st century: blend of video and podcast.

Pronunciation:

vodcast

/ˈvɒdkɑːst/