It’s been about two years since YouTube Live was launched in limited beta. The service allowed a select few to broadcast live video through their YouTube channel. Recently, this service was made available to certain members of the YouTube Partner Program and game developers too. And now any YouTube account that has over 1,000 subscribers will be able to broadcast live video to their viewers. That’s great news if you want to livestream your latest video game boss battle or show off some live cats that live in your home. Or you know, whatever.
Recently YouTube also announced the launch of a subscription option for 30 selected channels, viewers can subscribe to these channels which mostly show pre-recorded content from $0.99 to $2.99 per month. It looks like YouTube is taking on traditional TV.
Now get livestreaming people.
Source UbergizmoFiled Under: Technology News