You have to pay to watch Facebook Live!
Published: 03:20 PM, 5 May 2020
House arrested people in the lockdown situation to prevent coronavirus epidemic, are keeping themselves happy in various ways. At the same time, some are entertaining others in various ways. Facebook authorities are going to launch the process of watching live videos paying a charge to help people involved in performing arts during the epidemic.
With this new feature, those who make live videos will be able to decide before they start a live broadcast that whether the viewers will have to pay for watching the video or free of cost. However, Facebook has not clarified how the live stream will be monetized and when and how to pay for the live streaming feature.
According to Facebook, some changes have been made to make it easier for users to watch Facebook live videos. As a result, if a user has limited data or low internet speed, he can only listen to audio broadcasts if he wants.
Even if someone doesn't have a Facebook account, there is no reason to worry. You can watch live videos on Facebook without an account.
Facebook has also added a feature called 'Online Only' for event creators. Through this, various online-based events can be conducted as part of social distance maintenance.