If we recall then last year Google+ announced “Hangouts On Air”. At that time around ten people took part roundtable style video chats broadcast for anyone to see.
Google+ engineering director Chee Chew uttered that, “This small community has grown the feature in lots of creative ways and they’ve made one thing crystal clear: when groups of passionate individuals can broadcast live, together, they results are truly remarkable.”
Most of the people like UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moo, the US president, musician Will.i.am, Desmond Tutu and the Dalai Lama have taken part in “Hangouts On Air” concept. Google+ engineering director Chee Chew said again that “Today we’re excited to launch Hangouts On Air to Google+ users worldwide. So if you have something to say-as an aspiring artist, a global celebrity, or a concerned citizen-you can now go live in front of a global audience.”
It is analyzed that the unique Hangouts feature has been a huge draw at the online community.
In recent interview Google+ vice president Bradley Horowitz told AFP uttered, “We think looking somebody in the eye and communicating in the normal social way we’ve learned to do over millennia is important. We wanted to bring that authenticity back into the equation.” So let’s explore “Hangouts On Air” announced by Google +.