As Twitter stock soars, its video app Periscope is struggling

Kerry M. Flynn interviews Periscope users who say Twitter is neglecting it. I say just fold it into the main app already:

When Twitter first acquired Periscope, it focused on building a devoted community of streamers that would regularly create their own videos and build an audience. But much like the downfall of Twitter's now-defunct app Vine, a lack of communication with content creators has caused turmoil. Other creator-driven platforms like YouTube and Snapchat have their own problems. But Twitter's reputation for neglecting its most popular creators has its own community asking, why hasn't Periscope gone to the app graveyard? 


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