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    Quote Originally Posted by Fast Eddie WRC View Post
    Official WRC says watch out for a Shakedown live stream on Facebook.

    I mean why not just put it on WRC+ ???
    So they can broadcast it to a potentially new audience and then advertise WRC+ whilst it’s on, in the hope of attracting new subscribers.

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    Don't think it would hurt to put it on WRC+ and not force "loyal customers" to watch it from crappy facebook.

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    They do that in late 2018 aswell. Pre-build rally show on facebook. It quite useful, it tell 'we are here and this a rally week. c'mon come with us and subscribe wrc+'

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    Why NOT broadcast it on Fb and WRC+?!!
    Sääli on sairautta! ;)

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    Quote Originally Posted by HarriK View Post
    Why NOT broadcast it on Fb and WRC+?!!
    It's ridiculous. Put it live on Facebook and YouTube for everyone who doesn't have AllLive, but put it on AllLive/WRC+ for us that have paid for it too.

    At least if it's on YouTube it's much easier for everyone to watch. Facebook can be more difficult for those who don't have it, are at work, can only watch on their phone etc etc.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HarriK View Post
    Why NOT broadcast it on Fb and WRC+?!!
    No idea, but there will be a reason for it. It may just be to suit them, so they can reach a new audience, it may be contractual and therefore possibly cheaper for them to use the FB platform, than through the WRC website, or possibly even because it’s a very last minute decision to actually broadcast it and therefore it won’t get the same level of production that a live stage etc. would.

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    One reason could be that they are just purely trying to test the socialmedia side of WRC broadcasting, how active commenting there will be on FB chatbox, how many likes, sharing, etc. It is probably part of WRC's KPI reporting for WRC sponsors.

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    After all it's also in WRC+. Buffering a lot.

    *Buffering stopped after Ogier.
    Last edited by lnvs; 24th January 2019 at 09:37.

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    Yeah proper delay on WRC+ compared to facebook stream...

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    "Proper delay"... its maybe one second.

    And having much better consistent best quality on wr+ call live compared to facebook
    Last edited by tc10a; 24th January 2019 at 09:47.

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