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What's happened to IG Live broadcasts?



I've been using the Demo platform for the past couple of months, and receiving daily notifications of the 'IG Live' broadcasts (Charting the Markets etc), but about 10 days ago the notifications suddenly stopped!

Am I the only one not reveiving the notifications or is this a platform wide issue?

Tech Support say that they are not aware of any issue

Whats your experience?

Has IG live stopped broadcasting?

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welcome to the forum @joeybageyes and thanks for your question. I've just spoken to our TV team and they've confirmed that it does seem some people are no longer getting the notifications. This relates to the notification only, and you can still watch in the platform if you open the 'notification' area. I appreciate this isn't ideal but it is a work around for the time being. 

It's a tricky one as there doesn't seem to be consistency for those users who aren't receiving it. We shall investigate and i'll make sure the wider technical support team are aware. I'll also pass the suggestion @Caseynotes onto our Social Media team.  Thanks.

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On 9/7/2018 at 5:08 PM, LeoTrader said:

@joeybageyes, @JamesIG, I view the live shows on the IG website at https://www.ig.com/uk/live-shows, which I have bookmarked. A few minutes before a live broadcast, the video player automatically starts counting down. If you miss a show, you can also view previous shows going back six weeks.

Hope this helps.

Thanks! I thought we de-commissioned this page. Still on the report to get this sorted for the trading platform. Thanks. 

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