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Instagram developing new two-person live stream video feature

Apps like Facebook and YouTube included live streaming, then came Meerkat, Periscope and now Instagram is looking at leaping ahead by testing two-person live broadcasting for select users with an all new split-screen layout. The new group live stream feature is all set to appear for some users before the feature launches to everyone. The …

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YouTube and Facebook, close competitors in the Live Streaming space

According to research data from Magid, almost 50% of all online consumers in the U.S watch a live stream every week. Further, the research suggests, 48% watch live on Facebook and 44% watch live on YouTube. Instagram, Twitter and Snapchat stand at 28%, 19% and 17% respectively. Breaking news ranks highest in popularity in terms …

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Twitter and BBC collaborate to offer live video

Twitter announced a live video streaming partnership with BBC which will bring live video and breaking news from the BBC’s U.K election coverage to Twitter’s network. The deal specifically includes five BBC election specials that involve debates and election night results. The BBC video coverage will be available in the Twitter application on both mobile …

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Digital Video Content to generate $121 Billion by 2020 Globally

According to a recent research, the global digital video content market is expected to grow at the CAGR of close to 26% during the 2016-2020 period. In 2015, the video traffic was accounted for 50% of the total mobile traffic and the same is expected to grow to 75% by 2020. According to marketers, video content …

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Chinese people love sharing Live Videos of themselves

An 18 year old university student, Wang Leyu, also known as “bboylele”, streams himself on a live streaming app talking about his life, humming or dancing and surprisingly Chinese audience are paying to watch him. Out of many, three live streaming apps are getting widely popular in China named: Douyu, YY and Yingke, having hundreds of …

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