BitTorrent Live is now available in open beta and offers a peer-to-peer platform to share real-time reporting. After three years in development, BitTorrent has finally launched an open beta of their much anticipated BitTorrent Live service. The new service is “for anyone with mobile video or webcams, for anyone in the moment, on the ground, or on the front lines; for everyone with the need to break news or break it down in real time.” BitTorrent Live effectively eliminates bandwidth, cost, and infrastructures as broadcast barriers. The new system allows users to stream from their webcam or app directly to the viewers, who act as mini broadcasters. The more viewers that tune in, the better the streaming capabilities.
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