Since rolling out Facebook Live, we’ve seen people and publishers around the world seize the opportunity to share their experiences as they happen, especially during key cultural moments. We’ve been inspired by the creativity we’ve seen, and with this weekly series, we’ll highlight some interesting Facebook Lives from the past week.

Here are 10 standout live videos:

 1. The New York Times went live from JFK International Airport at a protest against Donald Trump’s ban on immigration to the U.S.


2. GE Vice Chair Beth Comstock went live with author Steven Johnson for the first installation of her new Change Makers Book Club.


3. The Economist used Live Audio to host a discussion about U.S. employment with two of their economics writers, Ryan Avent and Soumaya Keynes.


4. The Brazilian Football Confederation broadcast its charity match against Colombia via Facebook Live, allowing fans around the world to take part in commemorating the victims of the Chapecoense plane crash.


5. Fox News used Facebook Live to stream Press Secretary Sean Spicer’s White House briefing.


6. To kick off the return of TGIT, ABC used Facebook Live simultaneously across the Facebook Pages for Grey’s Anatomy, Scandal, and How to Get Away with Murder to answer fan questions.


7. Ciara used Facebook Live to share news about her newly inked deal with Warner Bros. Records.


8. For All-Star Weekend, the NHL went live for its Celebrity Shootout and Mascot Showdown Showdown Shinny Game, enabling fans to watch amateurs of all levels and backgrounds try their luck on the ice.


9. U.S Soccer went live from preseason training camp, giving fans a behind-the-scenes look at an eight-on-eight scrimmage.


10. FS1 is going live this week from Radio Row in Houston for its “Make Me Smarter Football Podcast,” as Nick Wright and NFL legend Chris Carter break down the upcoming Super Bowl match-up.