Justin.tv began life as a blogging site that combined live video feeds and public chat rooms.
Popular video streaming and sharing service is coming to the iPhone with an app that brings many of its features (sans broadcasting) to iPhone users.
Tim Shaw, a somewhat minor U.K. TV personality, plans to shut himself and a camera in a steel box for 30 days. If you can locate him, you win money.
Justin.tv on Tuesday is rolling out a tweaked version of its broadcasting tools that the company says is bringing in a 700 percent increase in the number of people who begin a live stream.
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Famous as a haven for anonymous voyeurs, the streaming-video site will now let you filter through chat rooms to find out where your real friends are.
The second Justin.tv iPhone app adds the ability to broadcast live video to its playback feature, making it a much more powerful and competitive app.
Viewers reportedly egged on the man, who overdosed while on live Internet video.
The live-streaming platform gets HD-quality streaming by having users process the video in real time on their machines. The results are gorgeous.
Video site is in trouble with the U.K.'s Premier League, which accuses it of illegally streaming soccer matches.