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Fraser Cain, a member of the LockerGnome community and co-host of Astronomy Cast, asked how someone can get into YouTube Live. Our live daily long-form TLDR episodes are filmed before a live audience using YouTube Live, a new feature available to a limited set of content creators that allows you to broadcast live to your YouTube audience. The advantages of this service include being able to actively interact with your audience during filming by seeing a stream of comments as you broadcast, an easy and quick method of getting videos to the service once recording is done, and the head start your videos get with comments before they enter your normal pre-recorded stream. Unfortunately, YouTube Live is still in its testing stages and as such it is far from perfect. Glitches and bugs are still being worked out, and our audience has noticed a few of them. YouTube's support team is actively working to improve the service, and it will undoubtedly find its way to the general YouTube community, eventually. If you think you have a great idea for a live show, post it in our comments. We'd be happy to pass along any ideas to YouTube. You can find out more about Astronomy Cast here: You can watch the entire live TLDR episode here: