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Twitch announces VOD feature and video uploads

Roberto Baldwin, @strngwys
September 25, 2015
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At it's first-annual TwitchCon, the video-streaming service announced that broadcasters will be able to schedule saved streams and uploaded videos to play any time of day. Your favorite stream potentially just became a 24-hour source of awesome. Now when viewers hit a page they enjoy, even if there isn't a live stream, they will see a video playing. This gives the folks that use Twitch the ability to create shows with higher production values in addition to their live events. The company is rolling out beta access (you can request access here) over the coming weeks.

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