Facebook is bringing broadcasting feature in exchange for visitors

Facebook is bringing broadcasting feature in exchange for visitors

Facebook is bringing broadcasting feature in exchange for visitors
Facebook is bringing broadcasting feature in exchange for visitors

 In the future, streamers will be able to broadcast in exchange for views on the Facebook platform.  In addition, the social media giant has announced to bring many features related to live video.

 In the next few weeks, Facebook users will have the opportunity to open an 'online-only' Facebook event and broadcast live on that event.  Facebook page owners and admins can also demand viewership from users for such live broadcasts.  - News technology site Engadget.

 Engadget commented that the facility will collaborate with musicians, comedians, culinary education, fitness coaching and various virtual event organizers.  Non-profit organizations can also collect donations in the process if they want, and the 'Donate' button can be added to the 'Live Stream'.

 Meanwhile, Facebook is bringing back the 'Live with Feature' again.  As a result, Facebook friends can also be invited to the event.  The feature of listening to audio only of Facebook Live Video has already come.  No problem if you don't have a Facebook account or are out of internet connection, you can listen to the live stream audio by calling the toll free number.

 This week, the Facebook gaming app has been brought for the game stream.  It will be possible to stream games from the Android device through the app.  Facebook is also bringing its own 'Stars' process for many countries and pages.  The Stars process is a lot like twitch bits.  The viewers can buy the star and give it to the streamers, the streamers get one cent for each star.

 Live video updates have also arrived on Facebook-owned Instagram.  Now it will be possible to stream live from the web version of Instagram.  Facebook brought the facility earlier this month.  Updates are also coming about saving the front stream.  In that update, live video of Instagram can be saved on IGTV, Engadget mentioned.