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go live

1. To become operational, as of a technological system. The new computer system was supposed to go live today, but IT still has some bugs to work out, apparently.
2. To broadcast live from a scene of action. I sent one of our reporters out there to go live from the scene of the protest.
See also: go, live

go ˈlive

(of a computer system) become operational (= ready to be used): Good news! Our website is going live tomorrow!
See also: go, live
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Going Live Richie Vee goes live on 1xtra tonight at 7pm
At a general end-user meeting in November 2000, all participants nodded in agreement, not really aware of this arrangement's implications, as going live was still five months away.
Until now, however, conventional wisdom viewed going live as the end of the ERP journey.
Black Country-based Carmarkets.co.uk, the world's first dedicated on-line motoring magazine, is going live with the top seven UK Internet Service Providers from mid-March.
Users going live in 360 will be able to interact with others with comments and reactions while broadcasting, with a maximum streaming time of four hours.
YouTube will also be implementing other features such as waiting rooms, pre-scheduled broadcasts and going live with a digital mask, as well as special effects.
The support and maintenance period (phase 2) will run for 5 years from the go live date of the final Council system going live.
Most other credit unions said they received vague promises of going live sometime in the first quarter of 2015.
However, on Instagram Live, videos will only be available during the time a user is actually broadcasting, after which they will disappear once a user is done going live.