Reddit tests live broadcasting with a Public Access Network


Reddit today revealed it’s testing its own livestreaming service,
called RPAN or Reddit Public Access Network. It’ll be running all
week, presumably to see what kind of shows redditors put on before
the site rolls it out to everyone. The R/PAN subreddit includes a
series of short videos comparing the service to public access TV.
The videos, which appeared over the weekend before the official
announcement, appeared intentionally vague to tease the coming
announcement. It seemed to work, because there’s nothing Reddit
likes more than a good mystery to solve. According to the RPAN sub,
the feature will be available…


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Reddit tests live broadcasting with a Public Access Network