n.Gloss: a wedding broadcast over the Internet. «Weddings held in exotic locales seem ready-made for the small screen, as wedcasts provide a way for couples to tie the knot at a Florida resort or on a mountaintop in Hawaii while including friends and loved ones who cannot make the trip.» —“World wide wed” by Kimberly Blanton Boston Globe Oct. 22, 2007. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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