radiocast

[rey-dee-oh-kast, -kahst]
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verb (used with or without object), ra·di·o·cast or ra·di·o·cast·ed, ra·di·o·cast·ing.
  1. to broadcast via radio.

Origin of radiocast

First recorded in 1920–25; radio + (broad)cast
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Word Origin and History for radiocast
n.

1924, from radio (n.) + ending from broadcast.

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