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Facebook Live Presents Life in the Headquarters

Written on August 16, 2010 by Rudfer Tyron

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Ever since, Facebook has been multimedia. Live video streaming is nothing new on the social media site. So what is up with Facebook Live? Time to tune in, alright.

Ustream and Livestream are steadily streaming on Facebook Pages, but Facebook is offering a similar channel of its own. It is quite different though. It will not be a platform for external activities, and by external we mean “not about Facebook.” The social network is set to broadcast more on the happenings in its headquarters in Palo Alto…live!

Tagged as the official live streaming channel from the Facebook HQ, the company wants the new app “to be your window into what’s new at Facebook.” It run a broadcast test a couple days ago through an interview with America Ferrera as she dropped by Palo Alto. Such HQ stopover by celebrities is just one of the features you should watch out for on the channel. Expect social events and employee demos of new features to be part of the show, too.

Just like other video platforms, the app can also be embedded. It also integrates chat that broadcasts out to the News Feed. Livestream is Facebook’s official partner in this project. Check out the app and as the network would have it, “thanks for tuning in.”

(Image Credit: Don Reisinger/CNET)

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