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YouTube will offer 360-degree stream of conventions

For those interested in seeing every angle of this week’s Republican National Convention or next week’s Democratic counterpart, YouTube is offering a 360-degree stream of the two events, The Next Web reports. Alphabet’s streaming service also broadcast from the conventions in 2012, but this marks its first use of 360-degree video at the events, according to … Continue reading “YouTube will offer 360-degree stream of conventions”

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For those interested in seeing every angle of this week’s Republican National Convention or next week’s Democratic counterpart, YouTube is offering a 360-degree stream of the two events, The Next Web reports.

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Alphabet’s streaming service also broadcast from the conventions in 2012, but this marks its first use of 360-degree video at the events, according to a company blog post. A variety of YouTube channels will also offer coverage of the conventions, including through virtual reality steams through Google’s Jump VR camera system and mobile live video.

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Steven Melendez is an independent journalist living in New Orleans.

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