Facebook Live Stream – Explore the interactive music social event
You may have come across a lot of misleading news about the change of Facebook to “listening experiences” happening on October 1st so this article will clarify the misinformation.
There has been confusion among many artists with live streams and “listening experience” on Facebook which they think is the same. Well, it is not.
Facebook doesn’t want users shifting the platform into YouTube Music or Spotify where you expand and push play and continue with your business. They need content wherein people engage actively in commenting, sharing, and watching.
Do not go for copyrighted sound recordings in Facebook Live videos
Facebook mentions that they don’t need you to take copyrighted material for example podcasts or music and use them to build a “listening experience.” It means that if you wish to become a playlist curator, visit Spotify and this platform is certainly not the ideal platform for you. Well, if you wish to become a podcast curator, then this platform is again not what you are looking for.
Well, Facebook is certainly not among the platforms that operate in your background used to enjoy listening different things while sitting and working or cleaning your house. Instead, it is a “listening experience” that is what Facebook says.
Facebook says, a live stream concert of an artist is not just a “listening experience” (according to Facebook), but a coordinated social event.
List of things one cannot perform on Facebook Live
- Cannot submit an art-track video.
- Cannot post a video containing a static image.
- Cannot twine multiple music videos at the same time.
- Cannot carry out the Facebook live stream and simply stream music through it as it happens in Spotify.
What you need to do while performing with Facebook Live
- Interact with the audience between your songs.
- Ask questions.