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Discovery to create shows for Facebook Watch

Discovery to create shows for Facebook Watch

Discovery Communications is to develop premium mid-form shows for Watch, a new platform for shows on Facebook. Discovery will produce shows both inspired by leading Discovery Communications’ properties and created…

BT Sport’s Rugby Tonight on Facebook, Twitter

BT Sport is to stream a regular taster of its rugby union magazine show Rugby Tonight for free on social media platforms Facebook and Twitter providing potential subscribers an opportunity…

BBC, Guardian, Mail dominate online news

A new report explores how online news content was discovered (and consumed) by computer users in the UK between mid-March and mid-April 2017. Based on a passive tracking study of…

Facebook orders original docu-series

Facebook has ordered a 12-episode docu-series from Brandon Stanton, the man behind the popular photo blog Humans of New York. The 30 minute episodes will air on the new Facebook…

Facebook to stream US College Football

Facebook has struck a deal with digital sports network Stadium that will see the social networking company live-stream 15 US College Football games this season starting next week. The agreement…

Snapchat scripted content by year-end

Snapchat scripted content by year-end

Social media app Snapchat will add scripted content to its service “before the end of year”.  Nick Bell, head of content for the photo-sharing platform, said that the company was…

ComHem signs landlord social platform

Swedish telco Com Hem is to offer a range of “digital” services to customers after signing a deal with TMPL, provider of ‘social media platform to premises’, typically multi-dwelling units,…

Zoomin.TV content for Facebook Watch

Zoomin.TV content for Facebook Watch

Facebook has partnered with Zoomin.TV, the digital media company, on the launch of their new video hub, ‘Watch’, to deliver a series of purpose driven programming specifically tailored to the…

Instagram, Snapchap gaining ground on Facebook

More than a quarter of the UK’s population will log onto Instagram at least monthly by the end of 2017, according to eMarketer’s latest forecast of social network users. In…

BT Sport Score on Twitter

BT Sport Score on Twitter

BT Sport Score will now be available for free to anyone on Twitter in the UK throughout the 2017/18 football season. The show will be streamed via the @btsportscore account…