Twitch are testing a new controversial feature called ‘Boosts’ that promotes creators’ streams when viewers pay Twitch.
Twitch and Warner Music Group have struck a deal to create a standalone music space on the streaming platform.
In great news for artists, labels and streamers, Twitch is apparently nearing a licensing deal with NMPA to pay artists for music on Twitch streams.
The program that launched 14 years ago, with the intention to pay creators has amassed 2 million members.
There is no golden rule to becoming a Twitch Partner, but this guide should help you get there faster.
Facebook offers streamers using its platform 100% subscription fee revenue to lure streamers and viewers away from Twitch.
Twitch warns creators that many VODs will be removed after around 1000 DMCA takedown notifications were issued by music publishers.
The latest to join the Twitch boom is one of the most recognised music publications in the world. Rolling Stone are now live streaming on Amazon’s video platform.
Performing at last weekend’s virtual BlizzCon on Twitch, Metallica’s heavy metal music transitioned quite suddenly.
Compared to last year, the data for the most streamed music channels on Twitch shows the impact the pandemic has had on livestreaming.