AbstractThis paper presents a novel architecture of a Semantic Mediacasting System describing Mediacast feeds in RDF instead of currently used RSS2.0. We have built a centralized semantic repository which can be queried for subscription and sharing of feeds and also collaborative feed sharing mechanism where a user fetches subscribed feeds and associated media content and shares it with his neighbors, acting as a Pseudo-server.
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