Webcasting

    Webcasting is the way that radio and motion clips from television or movies are presented on the Internet.  It is defined as a type of Internet data transmission delivered using a steady stream of data.  This closely resembles traditional broadcasting via radio and television.  Webcasting is the future of the Internet and will most likely take advertising and other tasks further.
    For more information on webcasting and how to create your own webcasts for the Internet, check out this book:
    Novak, Jeannie & Pete Markiewicz. Guide to Producing Live Webcasts. New York: Wiley Computer Publishing, 1998.

   vImagine Radio     vMSN Web Events     vJamTV
   vCreate Your Own "Visual Music" Here      vBroadcast.com(tv)
   vYahoo Search List of Webcasts  vMusic & Cybercast Events
 vThis Week's Dawson's Creek Trailer


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Last Updated: May 19, 1999
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