Facebook's New Video Platform Could Be Big for Travel Agents

Facebook's New Video Platform Could Be Big for Travel Agents

Facebook's New Video Platform Could Be Big for Travel Agents

Facebook also admitted that they had funded some of the original shows as examples, but clearly stated that these are only a small percentage of all the available shows.

Many companies already produce original videos for Facebook.

"Watch is personalised to help you discover new shows, organised around what your friends and communities are watching", said Daniel Danker, director of product at Facebook.

The new Facebook feature, called Watch, will make it easier for users to navigate all the video content that has been uploaded to the platform. We're introducing "Watch", a new platform for shows on Facebook.

Facebook said the shows would include videos of the Women's National Basketball Association, a parenting show from Time Inc and a safari show from National Geographic.

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If Facebook succeeds in getting more people to watch its original series on its platform, it could help the company solve a major issue they are facing: Having too many ads. PAA accepts video submissions right here, and while it does not pay for content, it credits creators with their channel links on Facebook (16.5 million followers), YouTube (1.8 million subscribers), and Instagram (218,000 followers) - which often results in a flood of new followers in a matter of days. And it is taking the risk out of the content-creation endeavor for many publishers, either by paying to offset their production costs or offering to license or buy their content outright, people familiar with the arrangements say.

YouTube has already vowed to take down any inappropriate content, and now wants to make its platform a safe space for creators to express themselves, and advertisers to promote their goods or services.

Facebook's mini-network initiative is part of the company's aggressive push into video. Users will also be able to view comments and connect with friends and dedicated groups of the shows. Although a lot of shows that are made up of episodes - live or recorded - will follow a theme or storyline, Facebook doesn't provide much information in that regard just yet. Also, Facebook will open up the platform to a limited group of creators and will then roll it out to all soon after.

The social media tycoon also features a total of 1.32 billion people on average who log onto Facebook daily active users (Facebook DAU) for June 2017, which represents a 17 percent increase year and 1.74 billion mobile active users (Mobile Facebook MAU) for December 2016 which is an increase of 21% year-over-year. For this reason, YouTube is introducing a new way for content creators to see if their videos are eligible for advertising, and how they are mapped against advertising categories.

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