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Facebook is determined to challenge Twitch, Mixer and YouTube for the livestreaming throne, and it might have claimed an important edge: built-in broadcasting. The social site has unveiled a programming kit that lets developers build Facebook livestr…
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Twitter will livestream Major League Soccer games

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Twitter hasn't scored a major sports livestreaming deal in a long while, but that drought is over. Variety has learned that the social network has struck a 3-year deal with Major League Soccer that will give it a selection of weekly video, including…
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How to livestream the Oscars red carpet & backstage coverage on your Apple TV, iPad & iPhone

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The year’s biggest Hollywood awards ceremony – the Oscars – takes place on Sunday, and you can livestream coverage from the red carpet and backstage on your Apple device …



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Oscars 2018: How to watch the Academy Awards livestream

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The ceremony starts at 8 pm ET / 5 pm PT.

The 90th Academy Awards show is tonight, Sunday, March 4, starting at 8 pm ET / 5:00 pm PT, with comedian and late-night host Jimmy Kimmel serving as host.

As in previous years, the Oscars won’t be the easiest show to stream online. ABC, which televises the Oscars, will offer a livestream on its website,, and via the ABC app for various mobile and smart-TV platforms.

But in a show of how much ABC still really wants you to watch the Oscars via an old-school TV service, the stream is restricted to people living in specific markets who subscribe to participating TV providers.

Those markets: Chicago, Fresno, Houston, Los Angeles, New York City, Philadelphia, Raleigh-Durham and San Francisco. The provider list includes the major companies: Comcast, Charter Spectrum, AT&T U-Verse, Verizon and DirecTV, as well as YouTube TV.

By the way, you can watch it for free if you have an antenna attached to your TV. Crazy, right?

In addition, DirecTV subscribers in some other markets will also be able to access the stream, according to ABC’s Oscars FAQ. Those are: Albuquerque, Boston, Ft. Smith/Fayetteville, Jackson (Mississippi), Kansas City, Milwaukee, Monterey-Salinas, Oklahoma City, Omaha, Pittsburgh, Portland-Auburn (Maine), Savannah and West Palm Beach.

The broadcast will also be available to stream through a Sling, Hulu Live TV or YouTube TV subscription.

This year, you’ll be able to watch some red carpet and backstage moments through Facebook Watch starting at 6:30 pm ET / 3:30 pm PT. The Oscars livestream, or what Facebook and ABC are calling “The Oscars: All Access,” will be on both The Academy’s page on Facebook Watch and ABC’s Facebook page, as well as on and

ABC is touting that this year “the Facebook community watching the ‘The Oscars: All Access’ live stream may also receive a digital autograph from one of their favorite stars on the red carpet.” We’re not sure exactly what that means, but if you try it out. let us know.

Amazon is also making a play for Oscar coverage. Alexa is prepared to answer any questions you have, like “Who is going to win Best Picture?” and “When are the Oscars airing?” Alexa users can also enable skills for Oscar trivia and challenge each other on past Oscar winners by asking “Alexa, Play Best Picture Oscars.”

One big award to watch: Everyone’s favorite actress, Meryl Streep, is nominated for Best Actress, again. She’s breaking her own record this year with her 21st Oscar nomination.

Happy viewing and may the best Meryl win.

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#SonyMWC 2018 press conference livestream

#SonyMWC kicks off 8.30am CET Monday 26th February with our press conference. You can find out everything that’s coming up in the world of Sony Mobile by following the live feed right here – tune in to be the first to know.

If you have questions – feel free to drop a comment below or tweet us at @SonyMobileNews using #SonyMWC.


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Watch today’s Nokia MWC 2018 livestream here at 4PM CET

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Twitter debuts livestream feature for breaking news

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Twitter users in the United States may have noticed something new yesterday: next to the timeline, a small window displayed a livestream of Miami news station WSVN 7’s coverage of the active shooter situation then unfolding at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School. The stream was the debut of a Twitter initiative to show live coverage of breaking news events.

Users who clicked on the livestream landed in a feed of tweets algorithmically determined to be related to the news.

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How to livestream Super Bowl 2018 today

Sports! Justin Timberlake! Kitten Bowl! Puppy Bowl!

Welcome to Super Bowl Sunday. The New England Patriots are taking on the Philadelphia Eagles today at 3:30 pm PT / 6:30 pm ET on NBC.

Yeah, you read that right. The Patriots are in the Super Bowl for the eighth time since 2001.

From what little I know about professional football, this promises to be a good game. Why do I know that? Because I follow our sister site SB Nation, which has all the odds, coverage and background on the 52nd Super Bowl. So go there now to talk sports.

You’re here to find out how to livestream it. And we have all the details on that, the halftime show and how to watch the real games: The Puppy Bowl and the Kitten Bowl. Let’s get started.

How to livestream Super Bowl 2018

First, the Super Bowl will obviously be shown on broadcast TV. So if you’re looking for a TV experience, just head over to NBC. Pretty easy.

You’ve also got plenty of streaming options. NBC will stream the game for free via its NBC Sports apps and websites.

If you’re paying to stream live TV via services like YouTube, Hulu, Sling and DirecTVNow, you will also likely be able to stream the game there, though that will depend on the deals they’ve worked out with your local NBA station.

You can also stream the game for free on your phone, via the Yahoo Sports app, no matter what carrier you have. That’s the result of a new Verizon-NFL deal; Verizon subscribers can also stream the game on Verizon’s Go90 app and the NFL’s own mobile app.

If you do want to stream the game, here are some tips from our own Peter Kafka about how to make sure you don’t lose the signal right before a Tom Brady touchdown (or sack).

  • Make sure your broadband is broadband. Sling advises its streaming customers to have an internet connection with speeds of five megabits per second or more — not advertised speeds, real speeds — but you’ll almost certainly want more if you expect a good picture. The FCC now defines broadband as speeds of 25 Mbps or more, and if you don’t have that, chances are you’re probably not the kind of person who would think about streaming the game anyway.
  • Claim your broadband. You probably know this, too, but if you’re going to stream the game, you should be the only one in your place streaming anything, because you don’t want NBC’s bits to compete with anyone else’s bits. Tell your kids they’ll have to watch Netflix before or after the game. Ask your bored friends who came over to watch the game to refrain from using bandwidth-hogging apps like Snapchat or Instagram — kick them off your Wi-Fi if they insist on staying online.
  • Think about ditching your Wi-Fi. Moving the stream from your wireless router to your Apple TV creates another way to lose data. “For all the times that people complain about streaming services, so many times it’s about the Wi-Fi in their home,” said streaming TV analyst Dan Rayburn. He suggests solving that by simply plugging your streaming box directly into your router with an ethernet cable.
  • Fix your Wi-Fi. If you insist on going cordless, you can at least try to improve your signal. This Wi-Fi guide from Comcast has all sorts of advice you would normally never follow, like sticking your router in the middle of a room in the middle of your house. But! You might think about it for a few hours on Sunday.

Convince your neighbors to keep the cord. No matter how much broadband you pay for, you’re ultimately going to end up sharing capacity with your neighbors, whether you like it or not — that’s why you may often see speeds drop in the evening, when more of you are likely to be streaming Netflix or YouTube. So if you live around a lot of other people who are trying to stream stuff on Sunday, you may have a harder time watching the game.

Not here for the football but rather for the halftime show? I hear you. This year, Justin Timberlake is taking (back) the stage.

You may remember his performance with Janet Jackson at the 2013 Super Bowl when he caused an unfortunate wardrobe embarrassment for Jackson. Let’s not do that again, Timberlake.

But wait! There’s more! Before the Super Bowl are two epic games showing the battle of wits and cuteness: The Puppy Bowl and The Kitten Bowl.

I mean, really, who doesn’t want to see adorable puppies and kittens running around on the field chasing a ball? I know I’m here for it.

I mean, look at these guys.

So, animal fans, here’s a rundown of how to watch these fluff balls outmaneuver each other in winning over our hearts.

How to watch Puppy Bowl 14

When: Sunday, Feb. 4

Kickoff time: 3 pm ET / 12 pm PT

TV: Animal Planet

How to watch the Kitten Bowl

When: Sunday, Feb. 4

Kickoff time: 1 pm ET / 10 am PT

TV: Hallmark Channel

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How to livestream the Golden Globes tonight

You don’t need a TV, but you’ll need a TV subscription.

It’s officially awards season: The Golden Globes, hosted by comedian Seth Meyers, will air Sunday night on NBC at 8 pm ET.

The good news is you don’t need a television in order to watch one of the biggest awards shows for TV and film.

The bad news is you still need some kind of pay TV subscription if you plan to watch online, either through a cable provider or through some kind of over-the-top service like YouTube TV or DirecTV Now.

You can watch the Globes at NBC’s website or using one of NBC’s apps for iOS or Android, or through connected set-top boxes like Roku or Apple TV. You can see the full list of NBC apps here.

If you go this route, you’ll need to log in through your pay TV provider in order to watch. NBC says the digital streams will be available in 30-some markets, including the major markets like Los Angeles, New York, Chicago and San Francisco, though the stream won’t be available in every market around the country.

If you don’t want to use the NBC app, you can also watch through a handful of TV streaming services, like YouTube TV, Hulu Live TV, Sling TV or Sony PlayStation Vue. You won’t need to authenticate with these services, of course, because you are already paying for them just like you would pay a cable TV provider.

If you care about the Golden Globes red carpet pre-show, you can stream that for free, on Facebook, right here.

The show should be an interesting one. It’s really the first major Hollywood event since the industry was rocked by numerous allegations of sexual harassment by some of its biggest stars, including actor Kevin Spacey and producer Harvey Weinstein. Many attendees plan to wear black as a sign of protest against sexual harassment.

The show starts at 8 pm ET/5 pm PT, and the pre-show starts two hours earlier. Here’s a list of all the nominees.

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