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blogs.wsj.com - 36 readers, 36 Tweets - Facebook and the NFL have partnered to start distributing video clips on the social network along with video ads.
businessinsider.com - 33 readers, 1777 Tweets - The online video ad market is growing faster than search, desktop display, and TV advertising.
adweek.com - 47 readers, 609 Tweets - Twitter is about to give marketers new ways to share videos with a feature the ad world has been asking for: autoplay. Twitter has been working on its built-in video system for months, which would finally give users and marketers a way to shoot footage within the app.
wired.com - 39 readers, 1886 Tweets - Type By Dirk Fowler It’s like a parody, spending time in a well-funded startup’s office, with exposed brick walls and Great Big Screens Showing User Numbers and Pie Charts, just down the street from a food truck pavilion, sipping on a cup of roasted-one-block-away designer coffee while debating iPhone 6 versus iPhone 6 Plus. But…
wired.com - 28 readers, 693 Tweets - As Facebook reports explosive growth in video, the company buys tech to compete with YouTube and Netflix for viewers' attention.
mashable.com - 38 readers, 1396 Tweets - Facebook is really pushing its own videos, to YouTube'd detriment, according to a report.
hollywoodreporter.com - 21 readers, 87 Tweets - This story first appeared in the Oct.
mashable.com - 36 readers, 2055 Tweets - Facebook's already considerable power in media is about to become dominant.