I’ve set up a new group for professionals who enjoy using live streaming to exchange ideas and build their businesses and companies. This new group tool allows for smaller communities with similar interests and passions to enjoy Periscope in a more controlled environment.
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Tossed the drone up early Tuesday morning while live streaming through Periscope. Hope you enjoy the bird’s-eye view as much I do sharing it with you. Click here to watch and follow me on Twitter and Periscope (@MitchJackson) for real-time links and shows 😉
Facebook Live is going to allow for split screen shows. You’ll be able to bring on another guest from down the street or the other side of the world. Facebook is also going to allow you to schedule your live broadcasts which will give you the opportunity to promote your livestream. Viewers will now be able to connect early in a “staging room” so that they don’t miss the start of your show. Add the new scheduling option and this should result in a more informed and larger real-time audiences.
Youtube is rolling out the ability for you to go live and stream from your mobile device. Similar to Facebook Live and Periscope, the platform will allow for real-time engagement with comments. What is really huge about this update is that you will be able to tap into your existing Youtube community and search Youtube livestreams while they’re happening.
Twitter and Periscope are now including the “go live” Periscope button within the Twitter app. You no longer need to open and use the separate Periscope app to start a livestream broadcast. And speaking of Twitter, you can now create and tweet videos that are 140 seconds long (up from the prior 30 second time limit). See the above tweet as an example.
I always enjoy seeing how other people are using the new livestreaming digital platforms so please share your ideas, comments and broadcasts with me.
My popular weekly newsletter will still go out each Tuesday at 1pm ET and arrive safely in your email inbox. But, instead sharing 30 years of valuable tips in long written email format, I am now going to give you life-long tips and advice in the form of a short and concise video that you can watch and listen to at your convenience and from your mobile device. And that’s the way it should be. After all, I am the streaming lawyer right!
Why am I doing this? Because I believe people are tired of reading long emails, listening to long podcasts, or having to go to websites and blogs to get content. I share a bit more of my thoughts behind this change while checking the surf from Strands Saturday morning (via Periscope and Snapchat).