A feature to share and experience live videos across groups and channels in Telegram. Broadcasting from a channel or your personal account (in group chats) so that others can view, react, and interact.
While mobile users might want some kind of OBS-like functionality inside their Telegram applications, desktop users (especially the experienced video streamers) might also want their existing OBS setup to be connected to Telegram streaming.
For example, Telegram could provide RTMP server and stream key for OBS like Twitter's Periscope Producer does it. (See the attached screenshot below.)
Very bad. Please keep Telegram clean of this real-time shit. There were perfect times when nobody could disturb you in realtime but when YOU controlled when you'll listen to voice message. Video is huge step back.
Those realtime-wishing text-noncapable Neanderthals would better be segregated to other platforms. Demand? So what? Adolf Hitler was in great demand in early 1930-ies, "there's something in sh*t, millions of flies can't be wrong".
Imagine that somewhere in the world there is an interesting real-time event happening as we speak. Like a spectacular volcano eruption; or a riot; or a fundraiser; or a bank robbery. Why is it bad to give people the ability to report on that event in real-time, as it takes place? This is good for journalism, this is good for entertainment. If you're not interested, just don't tune in. What's the problem?
Of course, a streamer should be able to save his own livestream for later publishing, or have an option to auto-publish when it ends or gets interrupted. That should be streamer's choice, shouldn't it?