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21 Periscope Tips for Winning Broadcasts. Video Broadcasting couldn’t BE any hotter right now.

21 Periscope Tips for Winning Broadcasts

Not just video but live streaming video. Sharing our world in real time with the world. Periscope has fast becoming the video broadcasting tool of choice and is on a huge trajectory. Here are 21 things I have learned from jumping in on Periscope, so that you can jump in too! Save. The Beginner's Guide to Using Periscope for Education - Pike Mall Tech. A Beginner's Guide to Using Periscope. If you haven’t downloaded Periscope to your phone, you’re missing out.

A Beginner's Guide to Using Periscope

This little gem lets you “spy” on others from around the world, catching a glimpse inside their private lives. It’s voyeurism at it’s most entertaining! The concept is simple: you broadcast a live video stream anytime, anywhere from your phone. Followers are notified that you’re broadcasting and can tune in to see what you’re up to. 5 Quick Tips for Using Periscope, Twitter's Live Video Streaming App. In the last month or so, there's been a big surge in live video broadcasting.

5 Quick Tips for Using Periscope, Twitter's Live Video Streaming App

Thanks to smartphone apps like Periscope, users can record live video streams and share them with their network. For example, a friend of mine recently used Periscope to livestream an iPhone video of her walking her dog. What is Periscope and How Do I Use It? Periscope, the live streaming video mobile app purchased by Twitter in February of 2015, has been the talk of the town since its official launch on March 26, 2015.

What is Periscope and How Do I Use It?

While Periscope is hotter than a Phoenix sidewalk in July, it can be a bit intimidating to folks new to the platform. After all, you’re going to be talking in front of a live audience and you want to at least look like you know what you’re doing. That’s why this guide was created. Once you work your way through our guide, you should be ready not only to hold your first broadcast, but also to make it a success. Ready?