By Julia Bain and Beth Loyd, News Partnerships

During the recent Republican and Democratic conventions, media and journalists from around the world turned to Facebook Live to communicate important moments and share new angles with their audiences. From Cleveland to Philadelphia, outlets used Facebook Live to broadcast historic speeches and unique perspectives from inside the convention center and around it. Over the course of both conventions, this culminated in over 8,500 hours-worth (356 days) of Facebook Live content, and these videos were viewed 120.3 million times.

Below are a few examples of Facebook Live videos created by the media on the ground at the conventions:

ABC News’ Matthew Dowd and Lz Granderson at a Cleveland barbershop breaking down the first half of the ‪GOP Convention.

 

Dena Takruri of AJ+ spoke to Bernie Sanders delegates after they walked out following Hillary Clinton’s official nomination.

 

BBC News’ Rajini Vaidyanathan was live on the DNC convention floor responding to comments and questions.

 

The Cincinnati Enquirer‘s election team discuss Ohio as a critical swing state.

 

CNN shows balloon fill the ‪convention hall after Hillary Clinton accepted the Democratic nomination for President of the United States.

 

C-SPAN broadcast the full evening session of Day 1 of the GOP Convention.

 

FiveThirtyEight editor-in-chief Nate Silver talks to The Atlantic‘s Molly Ball about Donald Trump, Hillary Clinton and the 2016 election.

 

Fox News shows Willie RobertsonRick PerryMarcus LuttrellScott Baio, and Patricia Smith speak at the Republican National Convention.

 

Fox 8 Cleveland at the Facebook Live Lounge talking with Dave O’Neil of the RNC.

 

Fusion‘sThe Trump Show: Night One” featured Jorge Ramos, Alicia Menendez, and the Fusion team’s take on the first day of the ‪GOP Convention.

 

Glamour was in conversation with Chelsea Clinton, Lena Dunham and America Ferrera at the DNC.

 

The Late Show with Stephen Colbert broadcast the bustle of the condiment station at the RNC.

 

The New York Times‘ Nick Corasaniti spoke with Jorge Ramos about covering the campaign and convention for a Latino audience.

 

NowThis Election showed Vice President Biden and President Obama speaking at the Democratic National Convention.

 

NPR broadcast the first night of the DNC that included speeches from Al Franken, Sarah Silverman, Cory Booker, and Michelle Obama.

 

First Lady Michelle Obama addressed delegates at the Democratic National Convention and live on PBS NewsHour.

 

Jim Gardner and Sarah Bloomquist were live from Philadelphia’s Action News 6 studio at the DNC.

 

TownHall Media on the ground in Cleveland to discuss the state of the presidential race and the status of the Republican National Convention.

 

The Washington Post live as Hillary Clinton accepts the Democratic nomination.