From Facebook Video Autoplay, a Trend Is Reborn: Silent Film

by Krystal Overmyer
The age of autoplay has spurred a new twist on an old art form: silent film. Thanks to the meteoric rise of Facebook video autoplay, brands are seeking new ways to deliver video content that grabs users in seconds, even in a soundless environment. For brands accustomed to captive audiences in front of television screens, it’s a new challenge.Read the full article

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