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Why YouTube Is Taking Its Time On Mobile Live-Streaming

Why YouTube Is Taking Its Time On Mobile Live-Streaming

Two years after Periscope and Meerkat, YouTube is jumping on the live mobile video bandwagon. Carefully.

Two years after Periscope and Meerkat, YouTube is jumping on the live mobile video bandwagon. Carefully.

It may seem odd that more than two years into the mobile live-streaming hype, we’ve heard so little from the biggest video site of them all: YouTube. In 2015, Meerkat was the talk of South By Southwest and Twitter quickly responded by launching its own live-streaming app, Periscope. Now it’s practically normal: We can watch news events unfold live on Periscope and groan every time one of our friends goes live on Facebook. Even Instagram is in on it: Photos of lattes and sunsets are now supplemented with endless live feeds from brunch, protests, and our friends’ apartments. So, again: Where the hell is YouTube?

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Source: Fast Company

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