The largest cloud video network on the planet is yours to use for free! YouTube is amazing – you can use Hangouts for quick-n-dirty webcasts, or go into a more complex setup mode for real professional web-casting. But is being free to use a sustainable business model for anyone except YouTube?
Searching for a live event to watch on YouTube used to be a simple affair. But then YouTube changed the navigation and made it that bit harder to find the broadcast you wanted. Luckily, we have a list of URLs that cover live events in all of the categories you need.
You got an account in good standing? 1,000 subscribers? You’re set up with SMS verification? You too can start Live Streaming YouTube in a few weeks. Right now, many creators should be able to see an “Enable” button that gets them closer to live nirvana (the state of being, obviously not the band).
The highly-coveted YouTube Live Stream is being made available to Congress. How will politicians use this new tool to their advantage? Will they use it at all? Who will want to watch politicians talk about anything for an extended period of time? We shall soon see.
YouTube may have pulled off a masterstroke when it came to their April Fools Day shenanigans, declaring “The End of YouTube.” Behind that April Fools joke was a very successful marketing plan, and it appears to have worked like gangbusters.
There are some whispers about the availability of YouTube Live Stream for everyone. No, no…we must settle down. Only people who already have it can use it, and it’s merely improvements to the service as-is. Still, we’ll discuss why this rumor took shape.
No wait, there’s more! In Part 2 of the YouTube Wish List, we talk about how nice it would be to interact with your commenters better than just the comments section. And more people getting a chance to use that YouTube Live Stream would be awesome, too.
This week on the Reel Web, we review the latest online video news and trends from the past week including, YouTube expanding it's partner program to more video channels, Pinterest integrating video into their system, projected changes to the cable industry and more… YouTube Expands …
Last week the MyDamnChannel network on YouTube launched the first ever LIVE Internet comedy show. Every Wednesday at 4pm Rachael Hoyt goes live online on their YouTube channel to stream a show that features celebrity guests, premiere clips of other shows on the network, humor, …
It's almost December and it's fairly easy to predict what's going to happen next month. Everyone from the Official YouTube Blog to the Meme Machine to Visible Measures will take a look at the top YouTube trends in 2011. If what's past is prologue, then …