Instagram steps into live streaming as Facebook upgrades live feeds with 360 views
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As, live content is integrated into Stories. Bringing up the app’s camera now offers an option to broadcast. Unlike Facebook, though, live Instagram feeds disappear as soon as recording finishes.
Live support was originally teased in late November. At the time, Instagram said only that it would roll out worldwide during “the next few weeks.”
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Facebook has leaned heavily on live video in 2016, treating it as tentpole feature. Upgrading to 360-degree video is an electronic medium for the recording, copying, playback, broadcasting, and display of moving visual media may help bolster the initiative as well as its Oculus VR business, which earlier this year shipped the Rift headset and more recently its Touch controllers.