Periscope Producer Transcends the Smartphone For Professional Broadcasts

Facebook Live should watch out...Periscope has become serious



Twitter’s livestreaming platform, Periscope has been a predominantly a mobile first platform which allowed people to start a broadcast right from their mobile phones. However, livestreaming has transcended that limitation of only being served from phones and since meant that people who wanted to shoot with professional equipment for better quality livestreams couldn’t…until now.

Periscope launched Periscope Producer  which is a product aimed to make sure content creators come up with high quality streams. They will let brands, media or other live video creators use professional cameras and other essential tools necessary to create these high quality streams. They will still feature the same features we see on regular mobile broadcasts like comments and hearts.

The company has tried this feature with some media outlets during the latest US presidential debate where they gave live commentary in different languages.

It was also used by brands like fashion houses and film franchises to make people experience an event in a better way.

Other content creators even are doing daily news shows with the professional gear which is actually really cool.

Just recently, Periscope launched the VIP Program which let top creators to apply to be given badges (Gold, Silver or Bronze) which have various privileges according to the tier. They also revamped Periscope for Web so that you can check out the latest live broadcasts in the various channels.

The addition of Periscope Producer will now make it more competitive with Facebook Live which has been giving creators the chance to create quality broadcasts from professional gear. If you are interested to try this feature, you need to click here so as to sign up.

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