Everyone has a different preference for how to watch Disrupt, so we’re giving you tons of options. Here’s what’s on deck for the show.
How to live stream Disrupt SF 2016
- TechCrunch.com – The entire show will be live streamed to TechCrunch.com. The video feed will be featured on the homepage. There’s no way you can miss it.
- YouTube – The entire show will be live streamed to the TechCrunch YouTube channel, but the stream will be split into two segments (morning and afternoon) on Monday-Wednesday. The Hackathon will be aired as a single stream on Sunday.
- Facebook Live – Select segments of the show will be aired on our Facebook page, including the Startup Battlefield Finals, Hackathon presentations, multiple speakers sessions and a few behind-the-scenes segments.
- PlayStation – A full live stream of the show will be shown on the PlayStation live events app.
- Twitch – Hackathon presentations plus speaker sessions with Jeff Lawson of Twilio and Emmett Shear of Twitch will be shown on the TechCrunch Twitch account.
- Apple TV – A full live stream of the show will be shown on the TC app within Apple TV.
How to watch clips and replays of videos from Disrupt SF 2016
- TechCrunch.com – Every segment of the show will be hosted on our site.
- YouTube – Speaker sessions, Startup Battlefield and Battlefield Finals presentations, product showcase videos from Startup Alley and select segments from the Hackathon will be posted to YouTube.
- Facebook – Select segments from speaker sessions, product showcases, the Hackathon and Startup Battlefield Finals will be distributed on Facebook.
- Twitter – Clips and full sessions from all speakers will hit Twitter in near real time. Full Startup Battlefield presentations (including the Finals) and select clips from the Hackathon will also be posted to Twitter.
- Instagram – Select segments from speaker sessions will hit Instagram. We’ll also be regularly updating our Story with content from the event.
- Snapchat – We’ll be regularly updating our story with content from the event. There’s also a geofilter for the event, so be sure to use it.
The event kicks off with the Hackathon on Saturday, September 10 at Pier 48 in San Francisco. Hackathon presentations start at 11:30 am on Sunday, September 11, and the main event takes place starting at 9 am on September 12. The full agenda and ticketing information can be found here.