Current version: (AGNO-JavaScript API)

Instructions

Following the guidelines for broadcast events of Google, it states that the following properties are relevant and required:

  • name: title of the broadcast event
  • isLiveBroadcast: default set to true

Configuration

This feature can be used as follows:

// required parameters:
brand: "agnoplay-live",
url: window.location.href,
...
// add the following:
has_video_object: true,
video_metadata: {
  // see metadata feature
  upload_date: "2020-03-01 10:00:00", // required
}

And will add the following VideoObject script to the DOM:

<script type="application/ld+json" id="videoObject-[div-id]">
{
    "@context":"http://schema.org/",
    "@type":"VideoObject",
    "@id":"https://www.agnoplay.com/cp/features/videoobject/#vjs_video_601",
    "name":"Livestream Agnoplay",
    "description":"Big Buck Bunny.",
    "keywords":"agnoplay,agnostic,video player",
    "uploadDate":"2020-03-01 10:00:00",
    "thumbnailUrl":"//content.tmgvideo.nl/img/account=hPJiH9/item=Mbdskc9KsAii/thumbid=7/image.jpg?v=20200829131104"
    "publication": {
        "@type": "BroadcastEvent",
        "name": "First scheduled broadcast",
        "isLiveBroadcast": true,
    }
}
</script>

VideoObject Live

Adding the schema.org VideoObject helps the video being indexed on search engines like Google, Bing, Yahoo and more. Agnoplay provides this feature and adds the VideoObject to the DOM for you just like the example shown here.

Reference: https://schema.org/VideoObject

Google Broadcast Reference: https://developers.google.com/search/docs/data-types/video#broadcast-event