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LinkedIn announces 30-second video-streaming service

LinkedIn, which has been recently acquired by Microsoft, takes a clue from Facebook and Periscope and is planning to roll out a video streaming service. The videos are being tested with a restricted audiences of LinkedIn ‘influencers’ for now. Jonathan (Jasper) Sherman-Presser, senior product manager at LinkedIn has announced in a blog that LinkedIn has …

Twitter’s ‘Go Live’ button takes you to Periscope

Periscope (owned by Twitter) is reportedly testing access from Twitter accounts from Android devices. A ‘Go Live’ button is coming up on the app. On clicking the button, user is redirected to Periscope. As online video platform, Periscope has gained a lot of momentum among live streaming apps. Twitter’s real time nature is a complement …

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Video Streaming on Drones, GoPro and Wearables

It’s raining Drones, GoPros and wearables. Video streaming from these devices is catching up to become mainstream. Recently, Periscope and GoPro partnered to launch live streaming on Periscope directly from select GoPro devices. This news comes up shortly after Periscope integrated with Twitter’s timeline, allowing users to broadcast via tweets. This has already led to …

Periscope gets 110 years of live video watched in a day

Periscope is on a roll. The biggest player in mobile live streaming has recently turned a year old. Owned by Twitter, the company revealed that it has had 200 million broadcasts made on its network. It gets a daily view of ‘110 years of live video’ on the mobile apps. These numbers don’t include re-watches …

Live streaming is watched 3X more than saved videos

Yes, live streaming is viewed for 3 times longer duration than saved videos. And so, Facebook is reshaping the News Feed to accommodate this. While this News Feed wasn’t exactly built for real time live streaming, Periscope and Twitter are cashing in on it better than Facebook. The biggest advantage they have over Facebook is …

Businesses use live streaming to increase engagement

Live Streaming is trending. Ease of availability, high engagement and affordability are the biggest reasons. Periscope, Facebook Live, Meerkat, and even YouTube’s Live streaming are the popular options today. Businesses are using live stream to connect with their users effectively. Some use Periscope to stream new launches to their target audience and keep it for …

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Facebook introduces live streaming to the world

After a limited short run that allowed only selected celebs & US users, Facebook’s live video streaming feature is expanding to countries outside the US. This feature allows users to broadcast video through the facebook app on real time. This is similar to the way Periscope (Twitter owned live streaming app) works. So far the …

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