LinkedIn launches its first live video streaming service.

LinkedIn launches its first live video streaming service.

With the help of Microsoft services, the social network is opening a new LinkedIn live service to its 600 million users, allowing to application holder to live stream video content. After 18 months long wait they launch the beta version for US users. According to the social media company, LinkedIn live will focus on streaming things like events, Q&A, earnings calls, conferences, product announcements, and more. All-important encoding of video technology is supporting by Microsoft and it's set up on Azure Media Service. LinkedIn hasn't yet revealed when the new video feature available to all 600 million of its users. LinkedIn will now be getting great competition from other social application like Facebook, YouTube, Twitter and more that offer live video streaming services. As LinkedIn is a professional platform so users can play only professional videos. 


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