Summit.Live - The Live Streaming Conference

Posted February 07, 2017
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This month Summit.Live, a live streaming conference in Los Angeles, will bring together content creators from accross the web and world to discuss this exciting new video technology. If you are in the LA area, this is a great opportunity to network and hear from industry vets, and if you are not in LA, you can of course live stream the event. 

The confernece is run by Al Roker's Roker Media, and will focus on apps like Snapchat and YouTube. 

Get more info here.

 


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