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Live Platform Live.me Launches Store For In-Stream Shopping

Live.me is the latest digital video platform to experiment with in-stream shopping. The live video destination has launched an official store, where users can buy the items promoted by their favorite creators while still keeping one eye on the stream. Wares peddled in the Live.me store will include classic pieces of merchandise, such as t-shirts, hats, and accessories, as well as more modern wares like music downloads.
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