mobcast

mobcast

(ˈmɒbˌkæst)
n
(Communications & Information)
a. a podcast created and uploaded using a mobile phone
b. a collection of such podcasts on a website, esp when submitted by people attending a particular event
vb
(Communications & Information) (tr) to contribute (a podcast) to such a collection using a mobile phone
[C21: from mob(ile) + (pod)casting and influenced by mob]
ˈmobˌcasting n
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