Be.LIVE live launch

Marc Gawith:  

Good morning. Welcome to the official launch of the Be.LIVE website. I am Marc Gawith, the official .live evangelist. I am joined here by a few of our Be.LIVE community members, Ross Brand and Victoria. I believe we have a few others joining us here shortly. Wanted to do something unique with our site launch. We’ve done a formal press release via the normal PR channels, put it out on the wire. Being we are in sight of live video content creators, I wanted to do a live video press release and have some of our key members on the live stream today.

Thank you so much for joining us. I know it’s super early out west. My body is telling me it’s 6 o’clock, but my watch is telling me it’s 9 o’clock. Still trying to get adjusted to that. Thank you guys so much for being on here. I know we have asked both of you to provide your insights and input into the Be.LIVE site over the last several months and you have both given us invaluable content and advice. I wanted to be sure to have you guys both on, talk about this, give us your take on Be.LIVE .

If I could kick it off by basically telling the audience what we’ve decided to do or why we wanted to launch this site. Then, I would love to have you guys give us your thoughts and insights on it as well. In doing research and being part of the live video community, we’ve heard rumblings of things that people wish they could see or wish they could have, be a part of. There was discoverability that was mentioned on the whole. There was a site where it basically highlights the best of live video. There was a lot of different things that came about, that basically people wanted to see.

We went to the drawing board. We said, “Okay, let’s see if we can put this into a site.” We built out Be.LIVE . We’ve spent the last several months figuring it out, getting it to a place that we felt comfortable with it, and we wanted to coincide the launch on the day that we aim to the Live Fronts. I’m here in New York. I’m getting ready to go over to the Live Fronts event that’s being put on by Roker Media and Brave Ventures, Al Roker, Gary Vaynerchuk, and several others talking about this live video movement.

We’re super excited to launch the site, today. To put it out there, to get people’s input, and let people know that we’re creating this website, that it is a one-stop shop for all things live video. If you want to see what people are doing in live video, if you want to learn tips, tricks, the best of, you come to Be.LIVE to see what everyone is doing. Ross, Vicky I think you hopped out and then hopped back in because we’re having some audio difficulties. I would love to get your guys’ thoughts on the sites, and your take on what we’re doing here.

Ross Brand:  

I guess I’ll go first if nobody else speaks up. Mark, first of all congratulations on the launch. It’s amazing. It’s a beautiful-looking site, and it’s great. Because you mentioned a key point, which was the discovery, and we were using a platform that doesn’t exist any longer, there was great discovery, right? Everybody knew in the live streaming community, the early adopters, everybody knew what everybody was doing. Now, this website gives people a chance to actually see what people are doing, and gain insights from the people who are doing it.

It’s a great addition to the community, and a great way to highlight the talent that’s out there, and also be a place where people can go to learn more about live streaming, and stay up to date with the community.

Marc Gawith:

That was great feedback by everyone involved. We want sort of a home for all things live video. Ross, you’ve done a great job with LiveStream Universe, and we love the content that you’re putting out. Jen, you and Mitch, TheShow.LIVE, and all of the amazing guests that you guys have on on a weekly basis. There’s just so much happening in live video, where people don’t really know where to go to find it, they don’t know the best shows. Once again, Ross, you put out that weekly video, and it definitely is amazing. We want to highlight that every day, like seriously.

I would love to just pull that into the site and be like “Hey, here’s today’s live video update, brought to you by Ross Brand on Be.LIVE , or whatever. We are looking for our content producers, our friends, our community members, to contribute to the site and make sure that we can continue to grow this this space, and do it with the early adopters that we have here on the show today. Thank you guys so much for joining. Jen and Vicky, are we able to hear you guys now?

Jen Hoverstad:

I can’t hear Vicky. Can you hear me?

Marc Gawith:

I can hear you, Jen, yes. Jen, have you had a chance to check out Be.LIVE , yet? Have you looked at the site?

Jen Hoverstad:

I have, yes. It looks amazing. I’m super-excited for you guys. I think, Mark, just what you were saying is that Be.LIVE really does that. The website now represents a community. Before you did such a great job of telling us what this community would look like, and so many people bought into that initial idea, but now it’s very clear for people to see “Yes, this is the live streaming community, this is how we’re all coming together, we’re going to support each other in the efforts that we’re doing,” and really Be.LIVE the website, but also the brand itself fully represents that.

Marc Gawith:                   

What was interesting there is how you mentioned Be.LIVE and what I was getting from you was this sort of idea of this concept of being live. That’s the whole reason we went with that name. We did a huge exercise in figuring out what to name the site, what domain name should we go with. We have access to every .live domain name because we own the domain. We can use whatever one we want. There was Go.Live, there was Stream.Live, there were a lot of different names that were thrown out. In the end, Be.Live was our CEO’s input. He put it out there, and framed it as … It’s the idea, it’s this whole thought of being live.

What does it mean to be live? To be a live video content creator, what does it mean to do that? We thought Be.LIVE captured that messaging, and we thought it really told that story in regards to if someone’s coming to Be.LIVE , they’re going to have an experience. They’re going to experience live video. They’re going to experience the best of Ross Brand, the best of Jen Hoverstad, the best of Victoria Taylor, and Joel Comm, and Brian Fanzo and the list goes on. All of our friends and all of our cohorts in this space.

We really wanted to build this out and have it as a place where we could pull in the best content that we can possibly find, and highlight each one of the live video creators to help them tell their story.

Jen Hoverstad:                 

Absolutely. I love that, “What does it mean to be live?” The three of us on here right now, we all have very different shows where we’re telling very different stories, but we’re still all pulled together in this same space. I love the way that you’re looking at that, like what does it actually mean. Certainly we see that reflected in many different ways, especially through the domains. That’s awesome, I love it.

Marc Gawith:                   

Let me ask you guys this. Looking at the sites, and having had a chance to kind of peruse it in advance, is there anything that you guys would like to see on the site? Is there anything missing? Joel mentioned to me that he wanted to have a sort of “experts” section, where people could post. Do guest posts. “Hey, here’s exactly how to use BlueJeans, or here’s exactly how to use Firetalk, or Cloudcast, any of the platforms that allow us to go live, and do it from a true expert’s perspective. Anything else you guys can think of? We really value the community’s feedback, and we’d love to hear your thoughts and ideas.

Ross Brand:                       

Yeah. I think that’s a great idea that you all had. It could also expand to other areas of live streaming. Anything from people giving advice on how to book guests, to how to structure shows, to when to go live, how to stay in touch with your community when you’re not live … There’s an endless supply of topics that people are looking for advice on.

The other thing I really love about the site is when I do my daily updates, I talk about who is doing shows that day. Now people can go to Be.LIVE and get an actual taste of some of the different people that we talk about. You can go from post to post and just check out. I can check out what Jen’s doing. I can check out what Vicky’s doing, I can check out what Joel Comm’s doing, and all the other people in the community, quickly. Get a taste and go “Okay, I didn’t know this show was out there,” or “I’ve heard about this show, but now I’ve got one place where it’s all curated. The fact that you guys have that is a wonderful way to get started with the site.

Marc Gawith:                   

Thank you.

Jen Hoverstad:                 

Absolutely. Nothing came to me when I initially looked at it. Here’s what I loved so much: Is that the content was very different. We have all different kinds of things. We have the conversations, we have the Q&A’s, you have different links going out to external content. I love that there’s lots of options for me as the visitor to your website. If I’m looking for something, I can probably find it because it’s so varied on the website. I will say, right now I would love to see us streaming directly to the hero image on Be.LIVE , or maybe have something where the show is ongoing.

Otherwise, the website serves as such a resource, and that’s what people are truly looking for. Of course, we all know that the first iteration of a site, once it goes live, it only gets better from here. I look forward to seeing how peoples’ ideas continue to contribute to make it better.

Marc Gawith:                   

Great. Hey Vicky, do we have you now? We can definitely see your face, but we can’t hear you. Maybe keep trying, thank you so much for joining. Obviously, we truly appreciate it and appreciate your support. I know you’re right in the middle of your day, there where you’re at, and moved some things around to be here. We truly appreciate that. As far as the live video is concerned, and I’d love to get your guys’ thoughts on this, as well, quickly.

I really feel that we’re at this tipping point with live video, where we’re about to see true mass adoption. From brands, from celebrities that maybe aren’t doing it already, athletes. There’s so much happening, so much buzz, so many platforms that exist that just make it so easy for you to get online. To go live, create a professional broadcast. Rachel that’s here as well, she did a live video for us on BeLive.TV, which I thought was ironic as well that shortly before Be.LIVE , BeLive.TV came about.

There’s so much happening, and so many different tools at our disposal. I thought 2016 was going to be the year. I think it was definitely the year for a lot of us early adopters, and the ones of us that really see the future. 2017 is really going to be the year of mass adoption. What are your guys’ thoughts on that?

Ross Brand:                       

There’s becoming a conversion. Convergence, I should say, between traditional TV and live streaming. To where we’re eventually going to start seeing shows that have sort of the traditional TV studio or set up or all the bells and whistles of your produced live TV show, but bringing in elements of live streaming, like the interaction, the chat, the ability to bring people on quickly and crowdsource questions and crowdsource ideas in discussion, and have the audience have much more of a participation.

That’s what makes live streaming special, and what makes it different from either produced Youtube videos or traditional television, is that it’s not one-way, it’s two-ways. I mean, I think yesterday, Vicky and I … Vicky was on my show, and the great contributions that people make in the chat really drives the show. What people talk about on the chat, and the ability to bring that in on a moment’s notice, and see something and bring it in. Instead of just what I want to ask.

I get the benefit of ten or twenty people in a chat, making suggestions on what to talk about or what they’re interested in or what they know that I would never have thought of. That’s where we’re going, right? We’re improving the production level of the shows. It’s getting a little bit more like produced TV. We’re seeing more people with graphics and lower thirds and changing shots. That one element of live streaming is kind of unique to it, and that’s maybe going to move towards TV, just as TV is moving towards live streaming, as live streamers are becoming a little more proficient in using technology and production and software and things like that.

I think we’re going to see both sides coming closer together. Ultimately, whether it’s 2017 or 2020 or 2025, I don’t think there’s going to be much of a difference between watching a show on Facebook Live or watching it on one of the traditional TV networks. It’s all just going to be watching live video.

Jen Hoverstad:                 

Gosh, Ross, I could not have said that better. I completely agree with you, and you know, Marc, already seeing so many of my friends who are now starting to play around with Facebook Live, that the people who, when they saw me do it before, they’re like “Hey, what are you doing? What’s this whole live streaming thing all about?” Now I’m seeing a lot of friends with small businesses, or maybe they’re sole proprietors trying to get some information out there. Across all industries, retail, I have a friend who is in the mortgage business, I’m seeing him on Facebook Live.

There are real estate agents that are on Facebook Live, they’re on my friends feed. I love seeing the adoption by everyone now, or more of an acceptance where people are actually starting to think in terms of live video. Ross, like you said, these don’t have to be well-produced. People have kind of gotten over the fact that “My hair needs to look perfect, do I need to be in the right light?” Whatever. We all know the things that can help, but I think overall, the common user is now starting to use this more, and finding ways to use it more. Whether it’s for a business or personal brand, which I think is absolutely awesome.

I have a local client here in Raleigh, North Carolina. It’s a commercial film company, and I was talking with him about doing some live streaming for an upcoming event that they have. I said “Hey, just so you guys know, I use the old phone here. It’s not anything fancy like what I’m going to be doing.” They were like “No, we understand live video, we want it to look raw, we want it to look like people are actually there.” It was refreshing to hear that even a professional film company is recognizing the value of this live, raw video that we’re going to have out there.

Totally agree with everything Ross said, that this is certainly the way of the future. It’s just going to continue moving that way. Eventually, this will just be how we all communicate. No longer will we need some of the other content. Although you know, I’m still a big fan of writing content, and I see the value in well-written content. Live video is certainly where it’s going, and I’m really loving seeing how people are using group psyche and light and audio visual to improve their live streaming on Facebook Live and other platforms as well.

Ross Brand:                       

We can see how live streaming’s contributing to the news in ways that even traditional video and traditional reporting couldn’t. Used to be that one advantage of radio over TV is all you needed to do was get somebody to a phone, you didn’t have to have a camera out there, and a whole crew set up and everything. All you had to do was get them on the phone, and you could get their report in.

Now that phone takes high quality video, so the same person that’s on the scene, you can’t get a news crew there as quickly as that person can actually film what’s happening with their iPhone or Android device or whatever, and the video is good enough quality that networks are putting that right up. Even streaming it live themselves until they can get their own crew out there. There’s advantages, even if the quality isn’t quite the same, the ability to be there is better than not being there.

Jen Hoverstad:                 

Absolutely.

Ross Brand:                       

That’s what these platforms also provide. You can quickly get it on Periscope, on Facebook Live, and the whole world can see something as it happens, as opposed to waiting until the reporters get out there after the event and kind of talk to the participants. It’s amazing how it’s changing how we look at news and the immediacy of being at events, for people who are watching.

Marc Gawith:                   

Yeah. We have an event today at the live fronts. It’s going to be very interesting because there are a lot of traditional media people that are going to be at this event. It will be very interesting to see their take on live video, how they’re talking about it. We talk about it as if we were the ones that created it, because we’re very passionate about it. You know it worked well for us. It’s going to be interesting to hear their approach, sort of the rumblings maybe if you will. Backstage or in the dream room, people talking about it when they’re not on stage.

Ultimately, I think the team at Roker Media, Gary’s Great Adventure, they really see this as the future. Gary was on 60 Minutes last night or some time this week. This is not something that’s going away, this is not a fad, live video. It’s definitely that we want to consume content. We want to have this content in our hands at all time. Ross, your point, we have a smartphone that allows us to shoot high-quality video and watch high-quality video, interact real time.

You know, it’s the interactivity piece. I don’t even know if that’s a word. Maybe I made that up. The engagement, if you will, with a live audience. We had dinner last night with a bunch of different people, live people from Switcher Studio, Switch Board, Brand Live, Stream, we had a lot of people in town here that are going to be at the event tomorrow. We put together a dinner last night, and it was so cool to see them talking. Talking about different ideas, collaborating as different companies with different goals in mind.

Ultimately, we’re all in this together. Live video does not succeed unless there are a bunch of us evangelists, and a bunch of platforms that work together. We’re not going to be able to work in a vacuum, or in silos, which is really cool to see. Live video, people share their successes, and that’s truly amazing to see in this space. Rachel mentioned in the chat, she wants to know how people can get where they can find .Live online.

We actually have created everything in Be.LIVE . You can go to Be.LIVE , you can see all the content, you can see, search for, .Live domain names. This is essentially supposed to be a one-stop shop for all of that stuff. Check out Be.Live, obviously that’s what we’re here to talk about. We’re here to talk about the site launch, Be.LIVE . We’re broadcasting this live to the .LIVE Facebook page, and that’s at BeDotLive, the dot is spelled out, or you can just go to fb.be.live to get to the Facebook page there to sign up, like the page, follow us, or whatever.

It looks like we have a couple new people to possibly join Vincenzo and Ryan. If you guys are able to jump in and share anything, we would love to hear your thoughts as well. Here to talk about the community site that we’re launching. We’re super excited about it. We want everyone here to be contributors. Hey Enzo, you’re at the live front event?

Vincenzo Landino: 

I am at the Live Fronts event. Live Fronts. That’s me. What’s going on, guys?

Jen Hoverstad:                 

Hey Vincenzo.

Vincenzo Landino:            

How are you.

Marc Gawith:                   

Have you had a chance to talk about, or have you had a chance to look at Be.LIVE , the site yet? See what it’s all about?

Vincenzo Landino:            

I got a chance to check it out a little bit. Loving what you’re doing, and I’m happy to be a part of it and support in any way I can. Live video is just where it’s at. We have to embrace it, and you guys are obviously at the forefront of that, so it’s much appreciated to have folks like yourself supporting creators, supporting media, folks like Jen. I see Ross here as well supporting us, because that’s who we need. We need this to be real, or for Brands and TV and everybody else that’s watching.

Marc Gawith:   

As content creators, what can we do for you? What can Be.LIVE do for you guys to help you with your shows, your businesses. We really want to help those that are embracing and telling the .Live messages through their live video. We’d love to understand more about what we can do to help you guys out. If there’s anything we can do to make this better, and highlight you guys more. We’d love to get feedback from you on that.

Vincenzo Landino:            

Does that go to me, or is that for everybody else?

Marc Gawith:                   

Everyone. Feel free to answer.

Vincenzo Landino:            

I’ll answer. I’ll go first. I would say, just your continual support. Right now, we’re in this place where no one really knows exactly what live video can do, or what kind of potential it can reach, and everyone’s getting their feet wet. People are broadcasting, people are starting shows, but no expectation of anything, like “Okay, is this show ever going to make me money.” Let’s face it, at the end of the day, most of us need to do it for a reason. Most of us need to have some sort of purpose for why we do it.

The more Be.LIVE can give credence to what we’re doing, and the more Be.LIVE can create this mindset of “Yeah, that live video stuff. That’s not a fad, that’s not a trend. Here, my one gripe with live video over the past year and a half is that it’s come and gone so quickly. Different apps have come and gone, so different people are just like “Yeah, it’s another trend. It’s just another trend.” What does that do for creators on these apps. It just leaves you behind unless you’re constantly adapting.

It’s tough to constantly adapt, like Ross. Ross as an example, he adapted his show to numerous platforms. He’s had the opportunity to be on different platforms. He’s had the opportunity to broadcast a great show on different platforms. At some point, I don’t want to have to jump around from platform to platform, building a new audience everywhere. It’d be nice for him to have a central location for it, and for people to be like “Wow, that’s amazing. That show is always there.”

That’s why .Live is such an important aspect, is having that branded idea of your show, but also having .live be that aggregator of content.

Jen Hoverstad:                 

That’s such a good point, Vincenzo. I think that while no one expects it to be .live to hold the community together, that really is where this is come to, and I love it. That’s awesome. I would love to send people to a resource. Right now on the homepage, when you go to Be.LIVE , not only do we have examples of live people streaming, we have a post that says “How to use live streaming video to build your brand.” I love the fact that non only can I send established people to the site, I can also send people who are questioning live streaming to the site, and figuring out how they can do it on their own.

I would say, really, to echo what Vincenzo already offered. Just continue to help us, give us the resources, not only to push out to our audiences so we can support Be.LIVE , but just continue to support these shows. Each one of them is so unique in what the shows are offering to audiences. To really all Be.LIVE , to help us be that catalyst to get it out there more, and to grow these audiences and to grow this engagement in the community.

Ross Brand:                       

There’s not much I can add to what Vincenzo and Jen said. They both said it so well. It’s amazing when you look at the community, and each of us have our own areas of interest, our own personalities, none of our shows are alike. The people that you’ve pulled together into the Be.LIVE site, really it’s like a perverse lineup of shows and content and styles. Like Jen was saying, it’s a great place to show people who are thinking “Maybe I could use this for my business, maybe I could use this to build my brand.” I’m not really sure if I understand it or not.

Sending them to the Be.LIVE website is a great way to say “Check this out. These are a variety of different ways that people are using live streaming to produce good content. There’s not one right way to do it. You can see what Jen’s doing, you can see what Vincenzo’s doing, and you can look and you see which pieces can work for what you want to do for your business or your brand, and what works with your personality and your style and your knowledge. That’s what’s really nice about having a place that aggregates the best that’s out there.

Marc Gawith:                   

I really appreciate you guys being on. I wanted to definitely have some of our key contributors as part of the live stream this morning. I understand there was some people on the West Coast that weren’t able to join us, just because of the timing of all of this. I appreciate you guys taking the time, supporting .live specifically, being content contributors to Be.LIVE. As I said, please share out this video after the fact. We would love to get anyone that has content that they want to share on Be.LIVE that they want to highlight.

We’ll be setting up a way to submit that to us, that we can then vet and put up on the site. Testing out a couple of things to have people do guest posts on our Be.LIVE Facebook page, as it will allow you to automatically post to the site. I really appreciate you guys joining. Hey Ryan, how’s it going?

Ryan Steinolfson:               

Great, good.

Vincenzo Landino:            

I’ll talk to you later.

Marc Gawith:                   

Thanks Vincenzo.

Ryan Steinolfson:               

Yeah, it’s pretty early here.

Marc Gawith:                   

I appreciate you popping on.

Ryan Steinolfson:               

I’m glad I could join. I’m glad I could join. Excited about Be.LIVE . George, Bryant, and a few other friends told me about it. I went there last night on my smartphone, and I want to learn more about it. It looks like what you guys are doing is you’re curating content from live streaming, correct?

Marc Gawith:                   

Yeah. We’re highlighting the best of live video. That’s the goal. If we come across something that we feel is a great piece of content, video. Something that one of our .live supporters, someone that’s in the live video community puts out, we want to put that on the site. We want to create this as a resource site, where anyone can come to to learn about live video, regardless of their expertise level. We feel like that’s missing in this community. The sort of place where everyone can see what everyone is doing, regardless of the platform that they’re on.

We want to highlight all that stuff. We have a lot of people that are supporters of the .live domain name, that are already using their .live to brand their live video channel, so we have a lot of that stuff that we can pull in. Ultimately, we’re going to be relying on you guys. As content creators, if there’s anything that you guys put out, or anything that you come across where you’re like “Man, that would be awesome, like to share with the community.”

We want to have this as a community site, sort of to go to what Ryan Bell did with Summit live, to bring together the creator community in a live space. We want to do this more like as a web site and pull together all of that great content that’s being put out there. People would be able to see it, just in one location.

Ryan Steinolfson:               

That’s awesome. I really appreciate you inviting me to be a part of this, and Jen and Ross, hey guys.

Jen Hoverstad:                 

Good to see you, Ryan.

Ross Brand:                       

Hey, good to see you, Ryan.

Ryan Steinolfson:               

Good to see you. It’s going to be cool, because I’m going to be contributing some diverse content, and some more of the action sports type stuff as you guys know, which will be fun. I can’t wait to get my drone, so I can launch it off of the cliff over here in La Hoya. It’s going to be off the charts going live with that thing, holy canoli. That’s going to be fun.

I was at the vid summit, and presented there, and I’m constantly surprised at just how much of early adopters that we are. I showed some of the stuff that we did over the past. It’s almost been a year and a half since I did the SCUBA dive, underwater, and kite surfing, and all that kind of stuff. People are still like “Whoa, you did that, and you’re doing that now?” There’s so much that’s going to happen in the next year. We’re going to have so many more tools to do fun stuff, the rebel camera coming out.

I just can’t wait to use some of these tools to allow people to experience what live video’s about, as if through my eyes. That’s going to be a blast. It’s going to be cool to see what people do, and how brands embrace this technology, because that’s still the scary thing, is “Is this something that we can do? What if somebody jumps in …” Actually, this is great. BlueJeans does take a little bit of that fear away. For brands to use these kind of tools, where it’s a little bit more of a controlled environment.

Anyway, I’m excited to see what people are going to be doing this year, and I’m glad that you guys put together a place where … How is it going to be organized? How are things going to be organized on the site itself.

Marc Gawith:                   

That’s a good question, and I think I’ll wrap it up. With that, just because I have to get over to a Live Fronts event. Right now, we are just hoping to put it together based off of tags. When you go to the site, you’ll see there’s ones that say “Facebook Live”, or there’s ones that will say “Creator Q&A”. We have it tagged that way. Ultimately, in the long term we’re hoping to have actual sections. There might be three featured posts in each section on the home page. Then you can actually go into each section to see everything that’s in that as we gain more and more content.

We’re open to ideas. That’s why we have built relationships with all of you guys as the live content creators. You guys have great ideas. We want to be able to tap into that. We want to be able to highlight what you guys are doing. Maybe there’s one that’s basically a talk show sort of thing. Maybe another one that’s basically interviews. Maybe there’s another one that’s extreme sports, or point of view live video. Something like that, where it’s like we have it segmented out.

We have a resources page where people can see everything that you need to go live, and really understand that this is not something that takes a lot of effort, it just takes courage to push the button to go live.

Ryan Steinolfson:               

Cool, awesome.

Marc Gawith:                   

I appreciate you guys being part of the Be.LIVE site launch today. Thank you so much for joining in. Ryan, I know that it’s super early out West for you, so thank you so much for …

Marc Gawith:                   

Joining in on your morning walk. Looking forward to being part of the Live Fronts event. You guys be sure to check out Facebook.com/thelivefronts . I think we’ll be live streaming the entire thing today. My panel is at 5:00, so if you guys want to tune in, we’re talking about brands and execution, what brands need to do to execute a live video strategy. I’m on there with Vincenzo Landino, Fritz Brumbder, who’s the CEO of Brand Live, Colin Hartnett, he’s from IPowWow. We’ve got a pretty diverse group of people on that panel.

Looking forward to continuing to cultivate this community, and I so appreciate each one of you guys supporting us, and we love to support you guys back. Thank you so much.

Ryan Steinolfson:               

Thank you.

Jen Hoverstad:                 

Thanks Marc.

Ryan Steinolfson:               

See you guys.

Jen Hoverstad:                 

Bye.

Ross Brand:                       

Have a great day.

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Comments 27

  1. DotLive

    Hey, everyone!

    25 October, 2016
  2. Rachel Moore

    Well, what a group!

    25 October, 2016
  3. Rachel Moore

    Makes sense. 🙂

    25 October, 2016
  4. Rachel Moore

    Early bird catches the… livestream. Or something.

    25 October, 2016
  5. Rachel Moore

    This is great, Marc!

    25 October, 2016
  6. Rachel Moore

    Love that. It’s a growth market. 🙂

    25 October, 2016
  7. Rachel Moore

    It’s like a new index for learning live video. Awesome!

    25 October, 2016
  8. Rachel Moore

    LOL

    25 October, 2016
  9. Vikki Taylor

    Watching here , No sound for me

    25 October, 2016
  10. Vikki Taylor

    Sorry you couldn’t hear me here to watch 🙂

    25 October, 2016
  11. Rachel Moore

    Vikki, I have no voice, so I too am a silent party. 🙂

    25 October, 2016
  12. Vikki Taylor

    Feel better soon Rachel Moore I am coming down with flu I think, but my cam wouldn’t work!

    25 October, 2016
  13. Rachel Moore

    Oh no, Vikki, I hope you stay well! You’ve got tons going on! And sigh about the tech. 🙁

    25 October, 2016
  14. Vikki Taylor

    Yep, resting today as much as possible 🙂 thank you lovely

    25 October, 2016
  15. Rachel Moore

    I’m teaching a class this evening at Colorado Free University about going live on Facebook. I’m sold, obviously.

    25 October, 2016
  16. Jeff Adams

    Yo yo

    25 October, 2016
  17. Jeff Adams

    Taking with CEO be live again today

    25 October, 2016
  18. Jeff Adams

    Jen Jen

    25 October, 2016
  19. Jeff Adams

    Vincenzo needs to eat his pancakes

    25 October, 2016
  20. Jeff Adams

    be live is great

    25 October, 2016
  21. Jeff Adams

    Exciting updates coming too

    25 October, 2016
  22. Mitch Jackson

    Morning gents👍

    25 October, 2016
  23. Mitch Jackson

    and Jen!

    25 October, 2016
  24. Mitch Jackson

    Ryan’s making me look bad (still in bed) 😉

    25 October, 2016
  25. Sam-Erik Ruttmann

    Hi…this is Sam-Erik from ¨Helsinki Nature Capital of the World¨. No we do not have polar bears roaming over here…..:)
    Look forward to this group.

    27 October, 2016
  26. Harpazio

    Love the content curation and community spirit being fostered here!

    28 October, 2016
  27. Ross Brand

    Congrats on the launch of the website, which looks awesome and is a great service to the Livestream community. Thanks for having me on the broadcast!

    30 October, 2016