Streaming to YouTube From Livestream is Now Easier Than Ever

We’ve expanded our existing Simulcast feature to include YouTube Live. Now Livestream customers can seamlessly broadcast to Facebook or YouTube from their streaming dashboard. With improved analytics, producers have a single bird’s eye view of where and how their audience is engaging with their live video on the web and across platforms.

We’re excited to add YouTube to the Simulcast family of destinations*. Premium and Enterprise customers can now stream directly to YouTube and see viewership numbers from within their Livestream account. As our Simulcast feature expands to other platforms, we’ll continue to add easy streaming and analytics from those destinations as well.

To stream live to YouTube, connect your YouTube account to your Simulcast settings, set up your event, and you’re ready to go live. In addition to your YouTube channel, your live event will automatically stream to your Livestream event page, the live player embed, and any other destinations you have configured.

Livestream is committed to providing our customers with a simple and effective way to manage and analyze their live video content across the web. Wherever your audience is watching, Livestream has the tools you need to engage viewers and grow your reach.

By expanding our Simulcast functionality, we’re giving streamers the opportunity to expand their viewership and measure their success. Grow your live audience by reaching viewers on their favorite platforms, while maintaining the customizability of your playback and analytics with Livestream. Livestream is your ultimate destination for managing your content across the web.

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*Streaming to Facebook Live and other destinations at the same time is not supported due to Facebook’s Terms of Service.

This Week on Livestream | December 4, 2017

Watch live as the cast of The Crown visits 92Y, Livestream Learn recaps and demos the last year of product releases, and Yo-Yo Ma joins the Calgary Philharmonic Orchestra in Dvorak’s cello concerto.

James Breakwell | Only Dead on the Inside: A Parent’s Guide to Surviving the Zombie Apocalypse | Author Events
Monday, December 4
7:30 PM ET
“Synthesizing practical parenting techniques with survival advice, Breakwell provides a step-by-step guide for raising successful, happy kids in a world beleaguered by hoards of the undead in Only Dead on the Inside.”

Conversation with the Cast of The Crown | 92nd Street Y
Monday, December 4
8:30 PM ET
“Hear from The Crown‘s Claire Foy and Matt Smith when they pay a visit to 92Y. The Crown Season 2 launches on Netflix December 8.”

Classical Up Close: Cantus in Three Tales of Christmas | The Greene Space
Tuesday, December 5
“In their only New York appearance this season, Cantus, the acclaimed men’s vocal ensemble, performs arrangements of familiar carols alongside beautiful contemporary works.”

Naomi Klein: Arctic Imagination | LIVE From The NYPL | The New York Public Library
Tuesday, December 5
7:05 PM ET
“Naomi Klein’s most recent book is No Is Not Enough: Resisting Trump’s Shocking Politics and Winning the World We Need.”

Oxford Mathematics Christmas Public Lecture: Can Yule solve my problems? | Oxford University Podcasts
Wednesday, December 6
12 PM ET
“Alex Bellos challenges you with some festive brainteasers as he tells the story of mathematical puzzles from the Middle Ages to modern day. Alex is the Guardian’s puzzle blogger as well as the author of several books, including Puzzle Ninja, Can You Solve My Problems? and Alex’s Adventures in Numberland.”

2017 Livestream New Product Overview | Livestream Learn
Wednesday, December 6
1:30 PM ET
“2017 was a year of rapid change and innovation at Livestream. We introduced our Simulcast feature which gave you the ability to stream live to multiple destinations, rolled out guest chat to enable more viewers to join the conversation, and of course, launched the Mevo Plus.”

Together in Climate Action: Live Webcast | MIT Webcast
Thursday, December 7
“MIT will host a summit this December to highlight the regional leadership of the northeast U.S. and eastern Canada in responding to climate change and to explore strategies for building on that leadership.”

Yo-Yo Ma in Concert | Calgary Philharmonic Orchestra
Thursday, December 7
10 PM ET
“For over five decades, Yo-Yo Ma has pursued a musical career unsurpassed in its accomplishment and versatility. With over 100 albums including 18 Grammy Award winners, and performances in every major venue on the planet, the cellist and cultural icon thrillingly joins the Calgary Philharmonic Orchestra in Dvorak’s cello concerto.”