Twitter announced 16 new live-streaming and premium video content partnerships with companies like Bloomberg, Live Nation, BuzzFeed or IMG Fashion. The social network makes it clear that premium video content is now a top priority.
At least four big tech giants want to stream the NFL’s Thursday Night Football games next season, Recode reported.
Twitter rolled out a new update to ease the 140-character limit. Now, when you reply to someone or a group, those @usernames won’t count toward the cap.
Twitter has launched a Live video API (Application programming interface) on Tuesday. The aim is to make it easier for media publishers to post live video broadcasts.
Twitter will gain access to 1500 hours of esports competitions in 2017, with its latest live streaming deal. The network has partnered with ESL and DreamHack.