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YouTube relaxes restrictions to allow anyone to live stream video and Google+ Hangouts

13
Dec
2013

All YouTube users with verified accounts in good standing will soon be able to stream live footage. YouTube is now rolling its live streaming capability out worldwide, after first restricting access to users with 1,000 subscribers in May, and then relaxing that limit to 100 subscribers in August of this year. An account in good standing must have no strikes against its name for community guideline or copyright infractions, and must not have had any videos blocked by YouTubes own Content ID within the last six months. In addition to live streaming sports, news, and video games, users who fulfill these criteria will also be able to stream a Google+ Hangout on Air on YouTube directly.

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