April 2016
Computer Desktop Encyclopedia;Apr2016, p1
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To transmit to selected individuals. Cable TV and satellite radio are examples of narrowcast services because they reach only their subscriber base. Mailing lists are another example. Contrast with broadcast. See multicast.


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