You can only watch a live stream if you have a consistent internet connection. Shared Wi-Fi networks, like what you might find at a coffee shop, are often too unreliable to view a live stream without interruption. We recommend viewing on the best possible connection you can find. Use Wi-Fi rather than cell phone data connections whenever possible. Your cellular data connection might work but you will not have a great user experience viewing this.
We recommend viewing from a wired connection with a download bandwidth of at least 500kbps. As a general rule your download bandwidth must be greater than the bitrate of the channel you’re trying to view - 500kbps. That is the minimum rate we recommend to get a lower resolution (basic) stream. The highest stream rates we broadcast are around 4000kbps to 500kbps for HD video at 1920 x 1080. The system is adaptive and will automatically recognize your network connection to deliver the highest resolution that your connection can handle. If you want to manually select your setting (and you are using a computer), click the icon on the streaming player that looks like a gear. When you click that icon, you can select the streaming rate manually that suits your needs.
To test your speed, go to www.speedtest.net. Bandwidth fluctuates constantly, so running 3 tests is recommended.