How to live stream for social media from your smartphone. With Mark Robertson and Patrick Flavelle from the BBC Academy.
This session provides tips to follow before, during and after a live stream broadcast to social media platforms – all from your smartphone.
Mobile devices have increased their support of live streaming features and there’s a growing interest in live content that gives an informal, human connection with live events.
Live videos can produce three times the engagement of pre-recorded videos shared on social media and the potential audience is truly global.
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