3 adverb
1 if something is broadcast live, it is broadcast on television or radio as it is actually happening [↪ prerecorded]:
The ceremony will be broadcast live on television.
The match will be shown live by the BBC.
2 if people perform live, they perform in front of people who have come to watch, rather than for a film, record etc:
I love their music, but I've never seen them perform live.
The band is playing live in Birmingham tonight.
Their latest CD was recorded live (=recorded at a live performance) in New York.

go live

when a system or project goes live, people start to use it after it has been planned and discussed for a long time:
Their new information retrieval system went live last month.
a new security project which will go live in October

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