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Transmit or receive live video and audio coverage of (an event) over the Internet.‘the network live-streamed every competition through its Olympic website’‘you can live-stream the performance from your computer’
broadcast, relay, send out, put on air, put on the air, air, televise, radio, telecast, videocast, podcast, show, publish, emit, wire, beam, pipe, live-streamView synonyms
- ‘Naturally the event has been sold out since seconds after its announcement, but never fear: it will be live-streamed.’
- ‘The show will be live-streamed here every day.’
- ‘In 1997, crowds flocked to Eden Gardens to see Australia defeat New Zealand, while Cricinfo live-streamed the next event, in 2000, from New Zealand.’
- ‘The discussion will be live-streamed (I'll put up the link that day), so if you're interested, tune in.’
- ‘The service is better for live-streaming the Olympics.’
- ‘You can watch for the white smoke from the comfort of your own home right here at our website - we're live-streaming it for you.’
- ‘They have many multimedia angles built into the theater, like the ability to live-stream shows online.’
- ‘Queen Elizabeth II's first words to the nation were over the radio airwaves, while her latest are tweeted and live-streamed all around the world.’
- ‘His presentation was live-streamed across the Internet.’
- ‘Burberry is planning to live-stream a catwalk show from London in 3-D.’
A live transmission of an event over the Internet.‘a livestream of Saturday's concert will run from 6:30 p.m.’
broadcast, programme, show, presentation, feature, telecast, videocast, podcast, livestreamView synonyms
- ‘Also worth looking at this livestream in which you can clearly hear gunfire and see smoke rising over the city.’
- ‘"Some people might say, 'Oh, I've educated myself online; I'm watching a livestream – I don't need to go down there," she said.’
- ‘Journalists and observers will watch proceedings from behind bullet-proof glass, or via a live-stream at a US military intelligence base in Virginia.’
- ‘The livestream will be from roughly 3:15-5:00 tomorrow Pacific (6:15-8:00 Eastern).’
- ‘The difference to any other live-stream of a show during a fashion week was that this one was online-only.’
- ‘The plans for the free weekend were revealed on the official livestream last week.’
- ‘The Occupy movement have set up a livestream from Zuccotti Park which shows, well, frankly very little happening.’
- ‘CNN has a livestream of the dangling crane that is almost impossible not to watch.’
- ‘Your idea for the livestream of the seminar is a great one, and definitely worth investigating.’
- ‘Monitor their every movement with a rather tedious live-stream of CCTV footage.’
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