#LetsLivestream: New Twitter Chat to Focus on Live Video

#LetsLivestream: New Twitter Chat to Focus on Live Video

#LetsLivestream Twitter Chat Rachel Moore

Rachel Moore is launching a new Twitter chat focused on live video. #LetsLivestream will debut at 3pm ET, Wednesday, April 6, 2016.

Moore, based in Denver, is the owner and chief social officer at really.social. A social media strategist, manager, trainer and consultant, she is active on multiple livestreaming and digital video platforms. Moore hosts “Laugh & Learn with really.social” on Tuesdays at 5pm ET on Blab.im.

Rachel Moore
Rachel Moore

The inaugural chat will feature participants as guests with an open forum and introductions.”Getting a new Twitter chat started is no small task,” Moore said, “but fortunately we’ve got the best guest of all: you!”

Livestream Universe editor Ross Brand, Blab host of #LIvestreamStars, will be the guest on April 13.
“With a background in on-air broadcasting, Ross will bring great insights about both Blab and best practices in broadcasting,” Moore said.

#LetsLivestream Twitter Chat Ross Brand

Participants can follow the chat using the #LetsLivestream hashtag. Moore (@Rachel_Really) has a new Twitter account dedicated to the chat: @LetsLivestream.

“Bring your current questions and knowledge about livestreaming video to the chat, post your answers, network with other folks, and have fun with us!” said Moore.


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