Live Stream to LinkedIn — Go Live Now or Preview the Stream

Live stream your Riverside recording session on LinkedIn to reach a broader audience. You can also schedule a LinkedIn Live event to stream at a later time.

IMPORTANT:
You need to be eligibile to use LinkedIn Live to stream directly on LinkedIn. If you are not eligible, you can still export a recording from Riverside and post it on LinkedIn.

You must generate a new Stream Key for LinkedIn (steps 7–8) each time you do a live stream.

Step by step

  1. Using a computer, sign in to your LinkedIn account.
  2. Go to the LinkedIn Live page .
  3. Under New Stream, select Go live now.
  4. Under Create a post on the left, enter a description and stream Title.
  5. On the right, under the Stream settings tab, choose a nearby region. LinkedIn_Go-Live-Now-Preview-01.png
  6. Click Get URL.
  7. Copy the Stream URL and the Stream Key.
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  8. Paste each in the Riverside Studio's settings under LinkedIn.
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  9. For all sites you do not plan to stream to, click the toggle off toggle-off-grey_36x24.svg .
  10. In Studio settings General section, confirm that the Studio privacy is set to Public, rather than Private.
  11. In the Riverside Studio, start recording to start the live stream feed.
  12. Check the LinkedIn Live page for the Preview of the video stream.
  13. In the top right corner of LinkedIn, click Go live to share the post with the live stream.
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After you start the recording, it may take 15-20 seconds for the video to appear in the preview on LinkedIn. If you refresh the LinkedIn page, you must generate a new Stream Key.

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An example of how a live stream with two participants appears in a LinkedIn post.

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