Tubefilter: YouTube To Stream Coachella For Eighth Year, Including Headliner Beyoncé. “For the eighth year running, YouTube will serve as the exclusive livestreaming partner for the music festival’s first weekend of performances — which includes headliner Beyoncé as well as Cardi B, The Weeknd, Post Malone, The War On Drugs, and more. “
Quartz: How to watch Mark Zuckerberg’s Congressional testimonies online. “Facebook CEO and founder Mark Zuckerberg is set to appear before three Congressional committees this week to answer questions about how Facebook collects, analyzes, and shares the massive database of information it collects on its users as well as how information on the platform may have influenced voters in US elections.”
Terry White: My Live Streaming Studio Setup – 2018. “Being a photographer I’ve setup a few photography studios and no matter how you equip your studio you can always find more gear that you want and ways to improve it. I’ve been building out this live streaming studio since May 2016. I have everything I ‘need’ to do my streams, but I’m always looking out for ways to improve upon what I have.”
Dot Esports: Guide: How to find live esports and gaming content on Twitch, Facebook, and YouTube. “A wide variety of competitors have risen up to challenge Twitch’s spot as the home of competitive gaming online. While other sites have attempted in the past, there are now two sites with large enough audiences to be considered serious challenges to the Amazon-owned Twitch. These names are, more specifically, YouTube and Facebook. But in contrast to Twitch, which has had more than five years to develop its platform and usability, YouTube and Facebook are effectively just starting out in the live streaming industry. To help you easily navigate these platforms, we’ve put together this guide for an easy streaming experience wherever you’re watching.”
The Next Web: ‘Timestamps’ feature makes Twitter the news site it was always meant to be. “Twitter today introduced Timestamps, which allows users to share both live videos and recorded ones from a certain point. It’s essentially the same as the timestamp option on YouTube’s share button. Timestamps roll out today for the iOS and Android apps, as well as Periscope.”
Ubergizmo: NBA Targets Casual Viewers With $0.99 Fourth Quarter Live Streams. “Only the most dedicated of NBA fans will spend a significant amount of money on a League Pass. It’s not something that the casual viewer would do, those who only tune in to watch the ending of a game from time to time. Some of these viewers might just stick with illegal online streams to watch the fourth quarter and perhaps this is why the NBA is experimenting with a new $0.99 option which will enable casual viewers to tune into the official stream of a game in the fourth quarter only.” What an interesting idea.
PC World: How to watch Major League Baseball online
. “Major League Baseball has always presented the biggest hurdle for sports-loving cable-cutters. Unlike the NFL, which still airs the bulk of its games on broadcast TV channels, MLB is a predominantly cable league. Of the six networks hosting nationally aired games over the 2018 season, only Fox can be accessed over the air.”