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How to Use Google+ Hangouts on Air

"Hangouts on Air is a built-in feature for hangouts to stream your hangout within Google+ and YouTube records it. The recorded video then will be available on your YouTube Account after the Hangout has ended. The Google+ post will then contain the recorded video once it's processed for prosperity and possibly better SEO rankings and traffic for your YouTube page."

 

(Published May 7, 2012.)


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Invite people to a Google+ hangout

Google+ hangouts allow you to have a video chat with up to 10 people at the same time.

 

"Anyone in the hangout can invite anyone else."

 

"While you can invite as many people as you want to join a hangout, you can't have more than 10 people in a hangout at once. If additional people try to enter, they'll be told the hangout is currently full."

 

Hangouts require a one-time free download of "Google voice and video chat."

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How to Use Google+ Hangouts for Your Business (or Newsroom)

How to Use Google+ Hangouts for Your Business (or Newsroom) | Social Media and Journalists | Scoop.it

Here a tutorial on using Google+ Hangouts for business ... but the tips apply to newsrooms too.

 

"While Google+ Hangouts allow you to connect with up to nine people, the Hangouts on Air feature lets you live broadcast to an unlimited audience. Once the on-air hangout is completed, it automatically becomes a draft recorded video in your YouTube account where you can edit it and then publish on your YouTube channel, and then of course share it from there."

 

(Published April 26, 2012.)


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