The teenage life, streamed live and for profit

On a recent afternoon in Los Angeles, 15-year-old Bryce Xavier went to the Olive Garden with his mom, pulled out his phone and broadcast lunch. Across the country, teenagers’ phones lit up with a push notification: Bryce was live. Bryce is a star on, a year-old live-streaming platform with a core audience of teenage girls. Within three months of its release, had unseated Periscope as the iPhone’s top live-streaming app. Read more at The New York Times.

Categories: Apps, Social Media, Technology

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