Reddit has introduced Reddit Public Access Network, a Livestream feature for a limited time only

Reddit has launched a limited-time Livestream feature, Reddit Public Access Network (RPAN) that users will be able to use from Monday to Friday, between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m. PT. Through this feature, users will be able to create and watch videos together along with rating videos, liked, or disliked.

This feature is accessible only for the current week, whereas its permanent availability will be decided later.

The company, while announcing this feature said this feature is for Reddit community to enjoy and have fun experiencing new thing on the platform. However, the company still have to look over it and its potential before introducing it as a proper feature of the platform.

When it comes to the rules and regulations, the company has mentioned the type of content that will not be allowed. Any video that involves illegal activity, violence, or has sexual content or is hoax promotion, cannot be shown.


Reddit forum allows the discussion of almost all kinds of topics to and if live stream is incorporated with it, it has the potential to garner a vast user base. Thus, Reddit must be expecting a variety of videos on this newly introduced feature where people with different interest will come to explore it.

There are several random broadcasts on Reddit, and the platform has asked users to explore them and share their review through voting. This voting will then help the company decide about the future of the Livestream.


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