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Periscope
Explore the world through someone else's eyes

43 Alternatives to Periscope

Broadcast live interactive video. From the founder of Vine.

Broadcast live interactive video to the world. Going live will instantly notify your followers, who can comment, and interact with your broadcast.

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Medium
Everyone knows that founders matter. In web-scale social media companies, they matter even more than usual. They matter because founders have a north star that can help keep a company sailing true through rough seas, even as channels change, markets change and consumer behaviors change.
Medium
For the past year, our team has been quietly focused on building HYPE, a live and interactive video service that packs a robust set of creative tools right into your phone. Today, we're excited to share what we've created and officially release it in the App Store. What's HYPE? Why now?
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An on-demand live streaming tool for searching the now

Eyezon is a searchable 🧐 on-demand live streaming tool for your phone 📲. Our goal is providing real-time, custom, peer-to-peer reviews for shopping and lifestyle decisions. We didn't stop there, we're working on a button that will allow our partners to integrate Eyezon with their web platform, bringing our app capabilities to online shops.

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Explore Facebook Live broadcasts from around the world 🌏

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Mashable
Facebook is getting really serious about Live. After rolling out the video streaming feature globally in February, the company made a number of significant changes to its apps to make the feature more prominent, including a limited rollout of an overhauled, video-centered Android app. Now, Facebook's desktop version got an interesting new addition, called Li… See more
Metro
Want to watch weird people around the world doing video selfies and going, 'Er, how does this thing work?' You came to the right place. Facebook's new LiveMap page (only on desktop, and accessible here), lets you see a map of everyone around the world streaming live video.
The Next Web
In February, Facebook began rolling out live video streaming capabilities to users worldwide - meaning that there's bound to be someone streaming video of themselves somewhere on the planet at any given point in time. At its F8 developer conference, the company unveiled a number of new features for Facebook Live, including reactions, comment replay and filte… See more
Tom's Guide
Facebook Live videos offer you a peek into what's happening around the world at the exact moment you're online, but until now they've been hard to find. You had to be friends with or subscribe to someone to know when they were broadcasting at the moment.
Engadget
To access the interactive map, a new "Live Video" app is available on the left navigation bar in your Facebook timeline. In addition to showing where a stream is originating, when you click on a video, it also shows where it's being viewed. The interactive map should help fans of live videos find new broadcasters.
PCMAG
Facebook this week rolled out a "Live Around the World" interactive map that showcases people who are streaming live. The new feature highlights live videos, and illustrates where in the world users are broadcasting. Find it on top of the Apps list on Facebook.com; the map is also accessible via facebook.com/livemap.
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LinkedIn's new video streaming service, available in US 🇺🇸

LinkedIn Live is a program designed for small-business leaders and local professionals to share their insights on using LinkedIn to drive real business results.

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Mashable
LinkedIn is getting into the video livestreaming game. The social networking website built for business professionals has started rolling out a streaming service called LinkedIn Live, as first reported by TechCrunch . LinkedIn Live will be rolled out via invite-only to select U.S. users for this initial beta phase.
CNET
LinkedIn is testing its own live video feature. The networking platform this week is launching LinkedIn Live, a tool that enables users and companies to broadcast real-time video to select groups or to the LinkedIn world at large. TechCrunch spotted the news earlier Monday.
TechCrunch
LinkedIn - the social network for the working world with close to 600 million users globally - says that video is the fastest-growing format on its platform alongside original written work, shared news and other content. Now it's taking its next step in the medium in earnest. Toda...
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Connect with public figures through live video

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Sam Rye
Sam Rye- Founder
Facebook Live is a pretty cool tool for hosting more interactive versions of what we would once have called 'webinars' or the likes. It's less formal, and has greater reach, which is good if you want to run a fairly open community (or an open portion of it), but obviously not so great if you want to preserve anonymity to your users.
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Streaming API Development Tool

Swell is a Streaming API development tool that enables developers to test API endpoints served over modern networking technologies including Server-Sent Events (SSE), WebSocket, and HTTP2.

Swell is currently in BETA

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A new video app to debate controversial issues

A video app to debate bitcoin, net neutrality, politics and more!

Micgoat is a video app where you can engage in a one-on-one discussion with a fellow citizen. Come reinvent the way people discuss controversial topics.

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TechCrunch
Debating is at the core of a robust society - as are online social networks. When combined, they transmute each other into a minefield of negativity, abuse, and destruction. With products today, we are either living in an echo chamber of like-minded people who agree with us all the time, or we're duking it out in trench warfare format for little gain and few… See more
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Live video streaming by musical.ly

Live.ly is your personal TV channel. For you, for your friends and for your fans from Musical.ly.

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Business Insider
Teen-focused lip-syncing app Musical.ly and its live-streaming sibling Live.ly are allowing star creators to earn a handsome living, with the top 10 Live.ly broadcasters making an average of $46,000 over a two-week period, Variety reports. Musical.ly and Live.ly have grown into two of the most popular video apps.
Variety
Musical.ly has turned a base of more than 100 million users for its lip-syncing app into what it says is a booming business for the most popular live-streaming creators on its Live.ly app -- who are generating real money from virtual gifts purchased by fans.
TechCrunch
Musical.ly is expanding beyond music videos with the launch of live.ly, its live stream platform. Users will be able to broadcast through the live.ly app, and the streams will be viewable on musical.ly. Launched last year, musical.ly is growing fast, with about 80 million young teens using it around the globe.
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Go live to YouTube using just your webcam

YouTube Live on Webcam allows you to livestream with just a couple of clicks. Just head over to youtube.com/webcam or click on “Go live” in the YouTube header to start your stream. You don’t need any additional streaming software or extra set up. This feature is available on Chrome, and expanding to more browsers soon.

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TechCrunch
YouTube today is rolling out a new feature that will allow video creators to start a live stream from their web cam without downloading encoding software, which can be complicated to set up. Now, streamers will be able to click the "Go Live" button in the YouTube header to start the stream, or visit the URL youtube.com/webcam.
YouTube Creator Blog
Today we're making it easier to go live and interact with your community from your computer and phone. First, if you've ever tried to set up a live stream from your computer using an encoder, you know there can be a few steps involved. Today, we're making the process as easy as a couple of clicks.
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