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  • Periscope Now Lets You Share Specific Broadcast Moments on the Web

    … By Brandy Shaul on Nov. 16, 2016 - 1:30 PM Periscope now allows users to share specific moments from broadcasts with other users on the web. Specifically, when users are watching broadcasts on Periscope.tv, they can click the share button in the bottom-left corner of the broadcast screen to load the “Share Broadcast” menu. This menu allows…

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  • Periscope Updates Website With Curated Broadcast Channels

    …, among others. In a blog post, Periscope said channels based on hashtags will be updated in real-time when someone in the community goes live with a broadcast. In addition, the Twitter-owned livestreaming application said it will “continue to highlight breaking news events, such as the Charlotte protests, the coup in Turkey and #NoBillNoBreak…

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  • Twitch to Expand Cheering Beta to Partnered Channels in U.S., U.K.

    … Twitch announced that it will expand its Cheering beta to all partnered channels in the U.S. and U.K. Aug. 4. The cheering system allows viewers to support their favorite streamers by posting special messages containing premium Bits in the streamers’ chat windows. Users must purchase Bits before they can share them. Bits are available…

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  • Periscope Now Lets Users Moderate Comments During Broadcasts

    … Periscope has launched the ability to moderate comments during broadcasts. Now, when users see inappropriate comments, they can flag them as abuse or spam. After they flag a comment, the application will randomly select a few viewers and ask them to vote on whether the comment was spam, abuse or OK. Periscope said the system may also identify…

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  • Examining Facebook’s Dive Into Live

    … missing piece to Facebook’s plan for sports domination is, of course, streaming the actual games themselves — a piece that could soon fall into place should Facebook come out on top of a rumored bidding war between itself, Google and Amazon for the rights to stream the NFL’s Thursday Night Football and the Holy Grail of live sports, the Super Bowl…

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  • Believe It: Facebook Page Post Reach Continues to Surge (Report)

    …, but still the second-lowest figure recorded by Locowise. Video posts reached 12.62 percent of total page likes, followed by photos (11.79 percent), links (9.08 percent) and text-only status update (5.7 percent). Locowise said page administrators should expect 0.63 percent of their total audiences to engage with video posts, followed by photos (0.57…

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  • Facebook Announces 27 F8 2016 Global Meetups

    … Developers unable to attend Facebook’s F8 global developers conference in San Francisco April 12 and 13 may have another alternative. Director of platform product Deborah Liu announced in a blog post that the social network is organizing 27 global meetups to coincide with F8 2016, with each gathering featuring live streams of the opening…

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  • Twitch’s Chat Replay Lets You View Chat Messages From Past Streams

    … Twitch has announced the launch of its Chat Replay feature, allowing users to watch recorded streams and highlights in a more complete way, with the stream’s original chat content displayed at the side of the screen. Now, when watching a past stream or highlight video, the Chat Replay feature will allow users to view the chat messages…

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  • Periscope Update Adds Daylight Curve, More to iOS App

    … Periscope has updated its iOS app, adding a daylight curve to the app’s world map. This daylight curve separates the bright and shaded areas of the world map, and makes it easier for users to find broadcasts showing off sunrises or sunsets by looking at streams near the edge of the curve. In addition, a broadcaster’s local time can now…

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  • Facebook Live Suits Up for 2016 NBA All-Star Weekend

    … participating in the festivities visited the Facebook Live dedicated social booth to stream live videos. Los Angeles Clippers point guard Chris Paul is pictured below. Devi Mahadevia, Evan Shugerman and Amy Hudson—who work on sports partnerships for Facebook—also reported in a Facebook Media blog post that fans could access the content…

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  • How Athletes Can Optimize Social Media On and Off the Field

    …. Experiment with Snapchat and put the proper geo-tag filter on a story. The best practices will help the content posted reach a wider audience, and by experimenting with new platforms, athletes have a better chance of finding a forum that they are comfortable with. Joe Caporoso is director of social platforms at sports video content provider Whistle Sports Network. Image courtesy of Shutterstock. …

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  • Follow 2016 NBA All-Star Weekend Via Facebook Live

    …, Utah Jazz C.J. McCollum, Portland Trail Blazers Paul Millsap, Atlanta Hawks Emmanuel Mudiay, Denver Nuggets Raul Neto, Utah Jazz Nerlens Noel, Philadelphia 76ers Jahlil Okafor, Philadelphia 76ers Chris Paul, Los Angeles Clippers Kristaps Porzingis, New York Knicks J.J. Redick, Los Angeles Clippers D’Angelo Russell, Los Angeles Lakers Andrew Wiggins, Minnesota Timberwolves Readers: Are you following the 2016 NBA All-Star Weekend festivities? …

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