Live video, is the most immersive way to experience what’s happening around the world, and emerges as the next big thing on the web, as web services are implementing support for it.
Just yesterday, Facebook enabled Live 360 videos, and today, Twitter announces support for making it easier to broadcast live video straight from Twitter. “Starting today, you can create and Tweet live video from the Twitter app, powered by Periscope,” twitter says.
Live video brings moments and events to life in a way that make us LOL. Once you go live, “anyone on Twitter or Periscope can join live video and participate in your experience.”
And, while you’re watching a live video, you can make comment and send hearts by tapping the screen, showing your support for the broadcaster.
Here is how to add a live video, “first compose a Tweet, then tap “LIVE” which brings you to pre-broadcast screen, ther you can frame your shot, and once you’re ready, press “Go Live” to start broadcasting,” explains company.
Over the coming days, the live video update will be rolling out to everyone on Twitter for iOS and Android.
— Twitter (@twitter) December 14, 2016