SnappyTV is ending soon
It’s finally official. Twitter announced over the Summer that its live video editing tool, SnappyTV, will be phased out on 31st December 2019.
Acquired by Twitter in 2014, SnappyTV allows live video producers to create highlight clips from their broadcasts and share them via tweets to boost audience engagement. A few months ago Twitter told the world about SnappyTV’s long anticipated successor, LiveCut.
With essentially the same functionality as SnappyTV, LiveCut has one major downside – it is not easy to publish clips to other popular platforms such as Facebook and YouTube. Using LiveCut means having to download the clip and manually upload it – an additional time-consuming step which is costly when getting content to consumers as fast as possible is vital.
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Whether you work in sports, esports, news or any other sector, Blackbird will drive major awareness, engagement and reach for your brand – as well as deliver significant content monetization opportunities.
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