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  • Can Technology Predict the Next Social Media Superstar?

    … another and with the content they both create and consume. This gives researchers access to user interactions that are much richer. Applied to decision trees and logistic regression, this information can result in many predictive features such as insight on audience reactions (likes and dislikes), as well as the ability to predict the level…

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  • Facebook Launches Lifestage Video Profile App for Teens

    … Facebook introduced Lifestage, its new stand-alone iOS app for teens, which allows users to create video profiles and view videos posted by other users at their schools. As reported by TechCrunch, Lifestage allows users to view videos from their classmates in a feed, but the app will only show content to users once 20 people from their schools…

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  • Top 10 Media Publishers, April 2016: The Dodo Soars

    … percent growth in April, with actions on video increasing 23 percent compared to March. Bleacher Report’s highest engaged posts were topped by videos of Villanova University’s upset at the 2016 NCAA Men’s Division I Basketball Championship tournament final, as well as a feature of Baylor University football player LaQuan McGowan. BuzzFeed’s Tasty saw…

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  • Top 10 Media Publishers for March 2016: BuzzFeed’s Tasty, HuffPost Soar

    In March, U.S. media publishers accounted for 1.5 billion total social actions (likes, comments, shares, retweets, dislikes), with 732 million from Instagram, 692 million from Facebook, 62 million from Twitter and 15 million from YouTube (excluding views). The media publishing industry represented 22 percent of all actions taken on content published by U.S. brands in March.

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