LIVE STREAMING- PROSPECTIVE FUTURE FOR SOCIAL MEDIA

| March 29, 2018

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By the year 2021, the live streaming videos market is said to be a $70.5 billion industry. According to the present space of social media, live streaming videos are preferred by 80% of the users compared to any other types of content. It’s quite predictable in the infographic made by Filmora team that the live streaming videos will develop and its growth is foreseeable in every sector of business. 

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