Tech.co: How Live Streaming Is Disrupting Asian Markets

Tech.co: How Live Streaming Is Disrupting Asian Markets. “The live streaming boom has certainly had a huge impact in the west. However, what many people may not know is that this trend is affecting Asian markets just as strongly, in fact more so. It is predicted that within the next year, it will be a $5 billion industry in China alone. What’s even more interesting is the fact that it isn’t exclusively the expected players, like YouTube and Periscope, that are conquering Asian markets. There’s plenty of disruption afoot. Let’s explore what’s impacting all of this.”

Digital Trends: Facebook Live Now Lets You Broadcast In VR Using The Oculus Rift ‘Spaces’ App

Digital Trends: Facebook Live Now Lets You Broadcast In VR Using The Oculus Rift ‘Spaces’ App. “The new Live support means that users can now set up a virtual camera in Oculus Spaces that can be positioned anywhere in the VR environment and broadcast to other Facebook users — just like with a 2D Live session. “

Social Media Examiner: How to Do a Facebook Live Split-Screen Interview

Social Media Examiner: How to Do a Facebook Live Split-Screen Interview. “Want to interview guests on your Facebook Live show? Looking for a tool that lets you bring a remote guest into your Facebook Live video? In this article, you’ll discover how to broadcast a Facebook Live interview with a split screen.”

Google Earth Live: Explore.org invites you to hang out with Alaskan Brown Bears (Google Blog)

Google Blog: Google Earth Live: Explore.org invites you to hang out with Alaskan Brown Bears. “Beginning today, we’re bringing live content to Google Earth’s storytelling platform, Voyager. In a story by In a story by Explore.org you can journey into Katmai National Park — watch the hungry bears dine out at Brooks Falls or salmon darting towards the underwater livecam.”

TechCrunch: Twitch’s mobile app is adding live streaming, dark mode and more

TechCrunch: Twitch’s mobile app is adding live streaming, dark mode and more. “Amazon-owned game-streaming site Twitch today announced a series of changes coming soon to its mobile application, the most notable of which is the ability for broadcasters to stream directly to their channel from the app itself. That doesn’t mean you can live stream gameplay as of yet, though.”

Digital Trends: Twitter To Serve Up Live-stream Tennis Goodies For Wimbledon Fans

Digital Trends: Twitter To Serve Up Live-stream Tennis Goodies For Wimbledon Fans. “As Wimbledon prepares to serve up its first on-court action of the year — as well as multiple helpings of the traditional strawberries and cream — Twitter, too, will be joining in the fun by offering tennis fans lots of live-streamed goodies from the event.”