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politico.com - 11 readers - In what's expected to be some of the most fascinating conventions in recent history between Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton, Facebook is expecting to take full advantage of the spectacle and focus on their new primary product: Facebook Live.
fastcompany.com - 14 readers - The top 50 companies in entertainment, media, sports, technology, and more.
variety.com - 13 readers - The two biggest online-video players, YouTube and Facebook, are diving into the political fray with plans to bring live video feeds from both the 2016 Republican and Democratic national conventions…
thenextweb.com - 11 readers - YouTube will stream the Republican and Democratic National conventions in 360-degree video, while creators will use mobile and VR streams.