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Mark Zuckerberg to Hold First Facebook Live Q & A; Start Time, Where to Watch Online, and How to Livestream

( [email protected] ) Jun 09, 2016 10:55 AM EDT
So, what can one say about Mark Zuckerberg?  As the man who is the face of Facebook, he certainly has changed social media as we know it.  He has a reputation for his town hall-style question and answer sessions all around the world, and he is about to have another one, but this one will be quite different.  This is the latest news on Mark Zuckerberg's first Facebook Live Q & A with the start time, where to watch online, as well as how to livestream.
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So, what can one say about Mark Zuckerberg?  As the man who is the face of Facebook, he certainly has changed social media as we know it.  He has a reputation for his town hall-style question and answer sessions all around the world, and he is about to have another one, but this one will be quite different.  This is the latest news on Mark Zuckerberg's first Facebook Live Q & A with the start time, where to watch online, as well as how to livestream. 

CNET reports that next Tuesday will be the next time that Zuckerberg will host a Q & A via Facebook Live, that live-streaming service that the social network has been promoting lately.  It is a good idea to put himself in the spotlight for this service, and it isn't the first time. 

Last Wednesday, June 1st, Zuckerberg hosted a 20-minute livestream with the NASA astronauts Tim Kopra and Jeff Williams along with the ESA (European Space Agency's) Tim Peake, who work onboard the ISS.  The actual chat can be seen on Engadget here

This Live service allows people to broadcast a video feed from their phones directly to their Facebook pages.  The service is similar and competes with Twitter's Periscope app, and you might have noticed that Facebook has altered its News Feed algorithms to insure that Facebook Live videos are at the top. 

As for what Zuckerberg will talk about, he might address the new feature of auto-tagging friends in video.  This is the same feature that is used to auto-tag your friends when you take pictures of them.  A separate report on CNET reports that Facebook's trending topics controversy about certain conservative news stories and topics are filtered out.  By the way, this topic is a trending topic on Facebook, ironically enough. 

According to the Facebook official announcement, Zuckerberg himself states:  "When I travel around the world, I like to hold Townhall Q&As with people in different countries...Now with Live I can hear from more of our community at once and it's a lot more interactive. We can cover all the big areas you're interested in -- connecting the world, artificial intelligence, virtual reality, live video, entrepreneurship, philanthropy and more.

For those that want to leave a question, it is possible at the link above in the comment section.  Facebook users can vote on the ones that you want Mark to answer by liking them, and the social media giant will go though as many as possible.  Right now, there are already a lot of questions gathered there, and many of them are related to organization, as well as privacy issues. 

This Q & A with the one-and-only big man on Facebook will begin at 11:30 AM PT on Tuesday, June 14.