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What’s Netflix’s next target now that it has beat cable companies in the US?

Netflix reached 50.9 million subscribers in the US in the first quarter of 2017, passing cable television for the first time, with 48.6 million subscribers.

Source - Read More: qz.com

 
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Facebook Live gets accessible with third-party closed captioning

Over 38 million people in the US are deaf or hard-of-hearing, and Facebook wants them to be able to watch the 1 in 5 of its videos that are broadcast live. So today it’s taking the first step towards making Facebook Live more accessible by allowing publishers to create and stream closed captions for their Live videos either on their own or with the help of a technology vendor like Ai-Media or Telestream

Source - Read More: feedproxy.google.com

 
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The Top 10 Companies on LinkedIn: Where Professionals Most Want to Work

Alphabet (Google’s parent company) and Amazon are the large companies that LinkedIn members in the US most want to work for. Check out the article for the rest of the top 10.

Source - Read More: www.marketingprofs.com

 
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Google Posts now gives museums, movies, musicians & sports groups dedicated space in search

Program opens in US and Brazil. Expansion is a sign Google no longer sees it as just an experiment.

Source - Read More: searchengineland.com

 
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Why are there still so many jobs? #tedtalk

Here’s a paradox you don’t hear much about: despite a century of creating machines to do our work for us, the proportion of adults in the US with a job has consistently gone up for the past 125 years. Why hasn’t human labor become redundant and our skills obsolete? In this talk about the future of work, economist David Autor addresses the question of why there are still so many jobs and comes up with a surprising, hopeful answer.

Source - Read More: www.ted.com

 
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