Live streaming is available on every major social platform. The top 5 platforms to find live streams are Twitch, Instagram TV, YouTube Live, Periscope, and Facebook Live. Twitter also allows live streaming, thought you’re more likely to find live news and media broadcasts there as opposed to enthusiast or creative streams.To get more news about 39bet-nhà cái uy tín-xổ số kiên giang-xổ số hồ chí minh-xổ số vũng tàu-xổ số bình dương, you can visit official website.
We’ve compared and contrasted the main features of the different platforms so you can make the right choice for your art and your business.
In order to stream via FB Live you will need a Facebook account. You can stream either from a personal page, a business page, or a group.
Equipment needed: A smartphone with the Facebook app, or a computer and a webcam.
Twitch is a platform specifically for live streaming, so the functionality of this platform is a little different from the others mentioned here. In 2017, however, Twitch debuted a mobile app to allow for easy streaming directly from a mobile device without the use of third party apps.
IGTV is Instagram’s answer to Twitch and YouTube, where users can create a channel and post their videos to it, including live streams. Unlike the other platforms, live videos do not remain on Instagram unless you save them and upload them back to your channel as a replay, or save them to your story.
Periscope is a live streaming app, similar to Twitch but meant more specifically for mobile. Once you’ve clicked through to a stream, the desktop site is very similar to Twitch. There is a search bar at the top that makes it very easy to find what you want.
What primarily differentiates Periscope from Twitch is Twitch’s greater emphasis on gaming in particular. Periscope is more balanced in the features and coverage of other topics and interests, which may be in your favor as an artist. Twitch, however, is more likely to have a greater pool of casual viewers interested in finding new content. Periscope is a useful live streaming tool that you’ll likely need to advertise to your audience on other platforms.
Any channel in good standing has the ability to live stream on YouTube. There is also a “Live” channel you can subscribe to which is broken into categories, but at the time of this writing there is not yet an art or creative category.