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Musical.ly in Talks With Viacom and NBCUniversal to Create Original Programming

Popular entertainment social network Musical.ly is in talks with media companies including Viacom and NBCUniversal to make original programming, according to people familiar with the matter (via Bloomberg). The company is said to be seeking content for its music video sharing platform that is “participatory and interactive” rather than feeling heavily produced, with a view to broadening its appeal beyond music, to potentially include comedy and sports.

Source - Read More: www.macrumors.com

 
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Six Digital Marketing Trends to Budget for Today #Infographic

With so many digital marketing trends (and fads), where should you focus your marketing efforts – and budget? From data to video to chat and more, these are the trends you should budget for.

Source - Read More: www.marketingprofs.com

 
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Netflix style video app for Facebook could arrive in June

A global service that will provide Facebook users with short YouTube style clips as well as big budget series will be available from mid-June, as part of a drive by the social media site to remain competitive.

Source - Read More: www.dailymail.co.uk

 
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Netflix style video app for Facebook could arrive in June

A global service that will provide Facebook users with short YouTube style clips as well as big budget series will be available from mid-June, as part of a drive by the social media site to remain competitive.

Source - Read More: www.dailymail.co.uk

 
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Facebook is hiring 3,000 more people to monitor Facebook Live for murders, suicides, and other horrific video

Earlier today, CEO Mark Zuckerberg said on his Facebook page that the company will employ an additional 3,000 people (on top of the 4,500 it already has) to monitor videos posted to the social network that are reported for inappropriate content.

Source - Read More: qz.com

 
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