The organization is hoping to attract tech-savvy young people.
Jacob Collier and ‘The Tonight Show’ booker Julie Gurovitsch tell VICE how the pandemic has forced musicians to get creative.
Supreme Court Justices will phone in to hear oral arguments, and now, everyone can eavesdrop.
Amid coronavirus, dance music mainstays like New York club Nowadays and the label Mad Decent are diving headlong into streaming.
Hardcore outfit Code Orange broadcasted their hometown Pittsburgh show to 13,000 online viewers—ten times the empty venue’s max capacity.
The South Brunswick police are calling the man the "Donut Desperado."
It took 29 minutes for a Facebook user to first report the livestream of the Christchurch terrorist. Now a machine learning system spots weapons in the stream with an over 90 percent confidence rating.
On Friday, at least 49 people were killed in terror attacks in New Zealand. Documents, sources, and interviews with senior Facebook employees show how difficult it is for social media companies to moderate live footage.
Filmmaker Hao Wu's new documentary follows two livestreamers as they try to make it on YY, a popular streaming platform.
VICE News travels to Wuhan, China, to find out how the business works.
In China, young women like 23-year-old Huan Huan can earn tens of thousands of dollars a month livestreaming themselves essentially just walking around.