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Mark Zuckerberg is hosting a live Townhall Q&A in Berlin and You Can Stream It On Facebook

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Facebook launched its own video streaming feature late last year in a move meant to compete with YouTube and therefore attract more ads. This new feature allows users to live stream events directly to their fans.


In a statement, the company said, “Whether you have an established fan base or want to build up your audience, Live is a new way for you to connect authentically with your fans in the moment. When you start a Live video, it will appear in News Feed for your fans to comment, like and share with their friends. People who have recently interacted with your posts will also receive a notification when you start your broadcast.”

In a move meant to show how the feature is helpful, Facebook’s CEO, Mark Zuckerberg is currently hosting a live Q&A in Berlin which you can stream directly from its site. Zuckerberg is talking about everything from the recent ‘Reactions’ feature that it rolled out a few days ago to privacy on the site.

You can watch the event live here.

Read More: Facebook’s emoji “Reactions” Is Now Available to All Users On Web and Mobile

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