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Facebook opens up more avenues for creators to monetise their content

The social network has opened up the possibility to earn revenue from short-form video, updated its eligibility criteria for in-stream ads, opened access to in-stream ads for livestreams, expanded paid online events and fan subscriptions to more countries, and made it easier for creators to get access to fan support

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Instagram introduces group livestream feature

With ‘Live Rooms’, livestreams can feature four different people broadcasting together

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UFC signs multi-year livestream deal with TikTok

Weekly TikTok livestreams will feature pre- and post-fight access, behind the scenes footage, engagement with UFC athletes, and other exclusive content executions

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Sports streaming platform DAZN arrives on Comcast

Sports streaming platform DAZN has penned its first major US distribution deal with Comcast

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LiveMe links up with Bark to make livestreaming safer

US livestreaming app LiveMe is teaming up with Bark, a service that uses machine learning to keep people safe online, to create a safer livestreaming environment for its broadcasters and

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Ocean Outdoor pens Jaguar-sponsored Wimbledon livestream deal

Matches from this year’s Wimbledon Championships will be livestreamed by Ocean Outdoor thanks to a deal with the All England Lawn Tennis Club and BBC Sport. Jaguar will be the

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Teespring teams with Twitch on social commerce

Custom clothing platform Teespring has linked up with Twitch, the Amazon-owned streaming platform for gamers, to bring social commerce to gaming audiences. The partnership enables viewers to browse and buy

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EE launches its 5G network, drafts in Stormzy to celebrate

Stormzy performs one-off gig on River Thames floating stage EE’s 5G network has officially gone live in six cities across the UK and, to celebrate, the company gave fans in

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Facebook tightens Live policy after New Zealand terrorist attack

Facebook will be implementing a stricter streaming policy, after the horrific Christchurch terrorist attack was viewable via Facebook Live and shared across the internet. Even after some posts were taken

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Facebook to ban rule breakers from livestreaming in response to NZ terror attack

Facebook is reportedly preparing to crackdown on livestreaming in response to international pressure following the Christchurch terror attack. Under changes to live broadcasting, the social network will stop people who

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