Livestream Will Enable Simultaneous Live Broadcasting On Youtube, Periscope And Twitch
Go live simultaneously!
Livestream helps you to go live simultaneously on multiple platforms
The New York-based startup which was founded in 2007 is allowing live video streaming on its platform from anywhere online. Livestream has announced that its premium and enterprise users will be enable to simultaneously cast to non-Livestream videos services which support Real Time Messaging Protocol (RTMP). This means a publisher can stream a live video on YouTube, Periscope, Twitch and anywhere else at the same time.
What does the CEO have to say about this?
Jesse Hertzberg, CEO of the Livestream thinks that with each brand and publishing strategies are developing day by day and they certainly don’t want to miss any opportunity to get more viewers. If any company has a new product launch or big press announcement, all they want is to push it’s streaming to get more views as much as possible.
Live streaming is getting more and more demand on the business side. People now days view a lot of live videos in their daily personal live and they have one question that is how to make live video as their part of marketing and communication mix?
Previously Livestream announced similar statement about broadcasting to Facebook Live. Due to Facebook’s terms, companies can stream simultaneously on Facebook and other platforms too. For e.g if they want to be live on Facebook than they can be live on Livestream and their own website but not anywhere else such as YouTube, etc.
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