Last modified on 23 June 2012, at 07:05

microchunk

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microchunk (third-person singular simple present microchunks, present participle microchunking, simple past and past participle microchunked)

  1. To split up a product or service sold traditionally as a package.
    If I were a television executive right now, I'd take my content, microchunk it, put a couple calls to a video ad server in the middle of it, and let it go wherever it wants to go.

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