Facebook Watch is the social network’s dedicated video hub which offers a variety of content to viewers. The company has been working hard to bring more people to the platform and it has now revealed that more than 720 million people tune into Facebook Watch per month. Some 140 million people spend at least one minute on Facebook Watch daily.
Facebook Watch is the dedicated video hub on the world’s largest social media network. The company has invested in a slate of original programming for Watch including as many as 21 news shows. According to a new report, Facebook might be slashing news programming by only renewing a third of the 21 news shows that are currently available on Watch.
Facebook Watch is the social media giant’s online video platform that was initially limited to the United States but has now been rolled out globally. Facebook has inked content partnerships to bring video content to the platform and is also funding the creation of original content for Facebook Watch. There’s a News section in Facebook Watch as well for those who want to keep up to date with current affairs […]
Facebook Watch is generally regarded as the social network’s YouTube rival. It’s a video platform that Facebook launched in the United States a year ago. The company has since inked content deals to bring news, shows, and more content to the dedicated Watch tab on Facebook. The world’s largest social network has announced today that it’s now releasing Facebook Watch globally.
Facebook has been adding a variety of original content to its Watch platform for TV-style content and a new report suggests that the company is in talks for what may be its biggest original series yet. Facebook is reportedly in discussions for a reality show centered around global soccer superstar Cristiano Ronaldo.
Facebook is working hard to add exclusive media content to its Watch tab but it hasn’t been able to win over the big broadcasters completely just yet. It has scored a touchdown today, so to speak, as ESPN has announced that it’s adapting its popular First Take sports show for Facebook. ESPN is calling it First Take: Your Take, it’s an episodic digital show that will be driven by fan […]
CBS has a great lineup of late-night talk shows and clips from these shows often get a lot of traction on YouTube. That’s why it’s not surprising to see them pop up on Facebook’s Watch platform. Facebook Watch is a new platform for videos on Facebook that the world’s largest social network launched in August last year.