Definition of narrowcaster in English:



See narrowcast

‘So the TV advertising folks are literally broadcasters, and the direct mail folks are narrowcasters.’
  • ‘We describe several scenarios where a system based on the model enables novel interaction between the narrowcaster and consumer.’
  • ‘As a narrowcaster, you can spread the information and create more critical mass.’
  • ‘The Internet is the first communication tool that allows every user to be a sender, receiver, narrowcaster and broadcaster in a global sphere.’
  • ‘He was a broadcaster, not a narrowcaster.’