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Live Streaming- New Age Fandom for Video

Live Streaming- New Age Fandom for Video

When there are festering ambitions boiling down inside a human being, you can be sure that sparks would fly and heaven is going to fall at any moment because it is difficult to handle too many emotions like anger, frustration, sorrow, stress, etc. all at the same time.

Young folks want nothing more than to lookout for a good job after completing graduation with an excellent income to provide a better lifestyle to the family and save enough so that retirement is full of peace and bliss.

There are many out there that are way too ambitious to be satisfied with a government or private job with a meager income as they consider it way below their dignity and talent so they take a different path like the field of media and journalism as they want name and fame as well.


Luckily, we are in 2020 and there are way too many opportunities in the pipeline due to the advent of social media where you can create your own identity with a platform that is not bogged down by competition and nepotism but one that guarantees instant fame and success provided you are incredibly talented.

This is why you will see people getting hooked to Facebook, Twitter and Instagram in a big way as they have taken over Live TV where print and electronic media called the shots once upon a time.

Live Streaming apps too are aplenty that you can choose to create your own TV production module like:

  • Everyone has a mobile phone with them and the access is enough for you to stream through various OTT platforms like Netflix, Amazon Prime, HBO, etc. to watch your favorite movies and web series
  • You can get the latest notifications and recommendations about the upcoming ventures that you enjoy watching big time
  • You can watch your favorite videos both live and the previous episodes that you may have missed due to busy schedule

Mark Campus

Mark Campus is a content marketer who owns Keenan’s room. A writer by day and a reader by night, he is loath to discuss himself in third person.