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YouTube to offer live video

While several sites have started to offer live video streaming capabilities, that feature has been missing from the internet’s largest video site, YouTube. Well, according to video blogger and lifecaster Sarah Meyers from pop17.com, live video is coming to YouTube this year. YouTube says that Google’s resources are making it a reality. (Via TechCrunch)

Meyers offers a quick history of lifecasting, and then interviews YouTube’s Steve Chen for the scoop on live video. (Cool player, huh?)

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