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As more people cut the cord with cable companies, Facebook is realizing it can potentially become a subscription service or stronger advertising venue for unique content similar to YouTube, Amazon and Netflix. According to Reuters, it is offering to …
BBC Business has an article titled, “Is live streaming your life good for business or dangerous?” It is a provocative question and one that really needs to be thought through. People see live-streaming as a potential income stream, but letting …
According to eMarketer, live-streaming use actually shrank slightly from the beginning of 2016 to the end of the year, at least on most platforms that offer it. One big exception was Facebook which saw its viewership grow from the …
Adweek explains how Instagram’s disappearing videos work and are different from Snapchat’s. Videos on the Facebook-owned app disappear forever after the live-stream ends. All this is an effort to steal Snapchat’s users.The new Instagram service became available yesterday. …
Small Business Trends lists 48 social media channels that offer live-streaming with a guide to the type of content that can be found on each. This list is specifically composed for businesses interested in live-streaming as a marketing tool. …
Business Insider has a story that recaps a recent Business Intelligence Report on live-streaming. The bottom line is new mobile technology, higher broadband speeds and improved video quality have all been factors in live-streaming’s explosive growth. Social media platforms and …
The way we view the Olympics appears to be changed forever. Though television viewership is down from the Olympics, live-streaming is up and growing. In addition, social media discussions about the Olympics have seen powerful and impressive gains. Clearly, engaging …
A previously unknown musician sits down on a chair and begins playing to a live audiences around the world. Live-streaming is growing rapidly. Now there is a live-streaming channel for musicians called YouNow where anyone can create an audience. Hypebot.co…
Today brings us Facebook live-streaming of a birth. Giving birth is a beautiful event, but this also illustrates that there will be no limits to what will be live-streamed on social media in the future. The Truman Show, a movie …