When it comes to Google, there are two definite things we know about this tech giant. First of all it keeps changing or rather evolving its products and second the company continually expands its product mix. This time it isn’t only the Pixel in competition with Apple, but also YouTube TV that aims to win the race with broadcasters. While everyone’s comparing the new invention to Hulu and Sling, I want to speculate which will stand the test of time – YouTube Live or TV. After all, both the services fall under the YouTube umbrella but one has to be better than the other, right?
YouTube Live was launched in November 2008, and marked another milestone – bringing what’s ‘happening’ to the world. The ability to record and share live videos was welcomed by the consumer market and opened new opportunities to brands, businesses and individuals. The best thing about this service is it allows instant feedback, reactions and interaction. So during the video, people from all over the world, who are watching it can chat. This way your audience isn’t limited to the physical premises, but goes beyond continental boundaries.
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