Home Tags Livestreaming

Tag: Livestreaming

Tana Mongeau and Jake Paul at their wedding.

People are getting refunds after paying $50 to watch the ‘glitchy’ and ‘terrible’ livestream of wedding between YouTubers Tana...

TMZ has reported that Google and Apple are issuing refunds to fans who bought the livestream through in-app purchases on livestreaming app Halogen.
Herschel "Guy" Beahm, who goes by the handle "Dr Disrespect" on Twitch.

Twitch suspended one of its most popular streamers after he livestreamed from the bathrooms at the biggest gaming event of the year

Dr Disrespect, one of Twitch's most iconic streamers, broadcast multiple trips to the bathroom at E3 for tens of thousands of live viewers.

Uber and Lyft confirm drivers can’t broadcast videos of passengers after a string of privacy incidents

Uber's policy has been in place since September, and the company has re-affirmed the rules in the wake of an incident involving the Ottawa Senators.

Twitter just added an audio-only livestreaming streaming feature to its mobile app

The feature, like Twitter's periscope, allows users to directly share live audio with their followers — this time without a video stream.

As its rivalry with Google heats up, Amazon is reportedly offering popular YouTubers multimillion-dollar contracts to switch to Twitch

Amazon's livestreaming service, Twitch, is making efforts to win over content creators from YouTube, offering exclusive deals for well-known internet personalities, Bloomberg reports.

This mini wearable camera wants to be like a GoPro for your everyday life

The Front Row is a wearable camera designed by Ubiquiti to capture and share whatever you're doing without a smartphone.

Facebook on graphic violence in Live videos: ‘Context and degree are everything’

In response to the videos of Philando Castile and the Dallas shootings, Facebook has updated its Community Standards for Live video.

Here’s how Jack Dorsey reacted when asked about Facebook’s desire to ‘own’ live video

Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey laid out his reasoning for why the company would not be eclipsed by rival social network Facebook in the battle for live video.