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Twitter introduces Periscope VIP program to incentivize broadcasters

Twitter-owned Periscope on Tuesday introduced a VIP program aimed at supporting the most ardent broadcasters of its livestreaming platform. Through continued usage and engagement, the company promises additional resources to creators that’ll help increase the quality of their content. Enrollment in the program is free, but there are some requirements that must be met, such as […]
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