Live-streaming is hitting China’s mainstream. 200 million Chinese regularly watch others live their lives on platforms like YY. The streaming market is even producing its own stars and becoming highly professionalized.
Deutsche Welle offers all of its live and on-demand video content at various quality levels (224, 360, 400 pixels).
China has adopted new rules regulating the country's live-streaming platforms, seeking to tighten control over the fast-growing industry by forcing services to censor content before releasing it.
The move follows days of protests against Sargsyan, whom protesters accuse of clinging to power. Earlier on Monday, opposition leader Nikol Pashinian, who was detained for his role in the protests, was released.
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