1. By deploying a 'Playwire embeddable player'
2. Using a YouTube video that's already been removed due to a copyright claim by Dik Hayd International, LLC.
3. By embedding a tweet with video embedded in it
4. By embedding a Vine that an internationally renowned publication have done off the telly
5. Embed with Madonna
His Purple Heart was there in spirit. Long may He Reign! 💜☔️👑 pic.twitter.com/o8fb8Cq6Fh
— Madonna (@Madonna) May 23, 2016
6. Pasting in the code for an actually fairly decent quality YouTube video of the TV broadcast
7. Via a video someone made by pointing their phone at a television in Spain.
8. Using an Instagram post containing video done off the telly by someone who actually wrote one of the songs
9. As GIFs in an embedded Tumblr post
10. Via an embedded Brightcove player, which contains thirty seconds of a performance from the TV broadcast, using code from the actual Billboard website.
To be clear: that thirty-second clip off the telly is what the Billboard website are using as part of their coverage of the Billboard Music Awards.
Don't hate the embedded players, ladies and gentlemen. Hate the game.