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webcaster

(ˈwɛbˌkɑːstə)
n
(Computer Science) a person who broadcasts live over the internet
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Under the Small Webcaster Settlement Act of 2002, small commercial webcasters reached an agreement with copyright owners that included the option of paying royalties for the period of October 28, 1998, to December 31, 2004, on the basis of a percentage of their revenues, expenses, a combination of both, or a minimum fee rather than paying the royalty rates set by the Librarian of Congress.
(Nasdaq: PCLE), a leader in streaming media solutions, has announced that it is shipping a new, more powerful StreamGenie portable live webcaster. The new system offers superior video and audio quality with up to 1.6 GHz of real-time encoding power -- a substantial increase over its predecessor.
It is therefore surprising only at first glance that one highly successful European Webcaster has likewise adopted a regional rather than global approach.
Now that I am a certified webcaster, however, I am astonished at the level of detail available to those running Internet sites.
Video Business magazine recently reported that Trimark signed a deal to license its movies to webcaster Broadcast.com, which was acquired by Yahoo.
2860 (1998) (modifying licensing scheme in [section] 114(d)); Small Webcaster Settlement Act of 2002, Pub.
The Copyright Royalty judges on Friday confirmed that they have receipt a notice of intent to audit statements of account for fiscal year 2018 submitted by TuneIn , the commercial webcaster.
Epiphan Video has been bringing engineering ingenuity to the streaming industry for several years now with its cool, compact designs and rich feature sets packed into cost-effective solutions like the Pearl, Pearl Mini, and Webcaster X2.
Stephenson, Note, Webcaster II: A Case Study of Business to Business Rate Setting by Formal Rulemaking, 7 HASTINGS BUS.
The twist here, if it can be called that, is that Duplass' serial killer admits right off to the failed webcaster Sara (Desiree Akhavan) that he's a murderer.