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3 Best Live Streaming Platforms for Black Content Creators

According to some estimates, live streaming will be a $70 billion dollar industry by 2021 . Today, live streaming is highly popular among internet users and will only grow in popularity, especially with the COVID=19 pandemic. Interested in streaming your content? Below is a list of popular streaming platforms you can leverage to grow your audience. RELATED: Twitch’s Black Guild Members Share Their Take on the Importance of Diversity and Inclusion in the Workplace 3 BEST LIVE STREAMING PLATFORMS FOR CONTENT CREATORS DURING QUARANTINE 1. INSTAGRAM LIVE Since most of us spend time on Instagram every day, it only makes sense to use the platform to live stream your content. Instagram live usage has increased by 70% this past March when the U.S. quarantine began. Instagram Live is a great platform that allows you to: Save your live streams to post on your feed. Notify your followers when you start streaming. Join other Instagrammers lives and vice versa. 2. YOUTUBE LIVE YouTube Live is...


Nov 21, 2020

DJ Khaled, Miguel, & More Are Using This Black Founder's App That Makes Streaming Accessible to All

Advanced and innovative practices in the tech space continue to shape the future of the entertainment industry. As brands cash in on the trends creating new entertainment experiences, more tech companies are emerging to set the standard. #BeApp — a new digital platform that allows users to livestream their favorite music artists and concerts — is striving to create inclusive ways for the average person to access various forms of entertainment, no matter where they’re located. Courtesy of #BeApp Founder Ray Smith — a West Philadelphia native who’s worked in the livestream space for over 15 years — realized at a young age that his access to big-ticket concerts and festivals was limited. Now, he’s created #BeApp to democratize a simpler way to bring people real-life entertainment experiences on their devices. “The inspiration is really born out of a lack of being able to access entertainment,” said Smith. “We’re using the power of the web to connect people with music when there is no...

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Sep 28, 2020