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When it comes to paying publishers for live video content, Facebook gaveth, but Facebook reportedly taketh away. Kurt Wagner of Recode reported that several publishers told him the social network is no longer emphasizing Facebook Live video during negotiations, and they do not expect livestreaming deals they inked with Facebook last year to be renewed.
… of global creative strategy Ricky Van Veen, who joined Facebook in June from CollegeHumor, where he was a co-founder, and Van Veen told Kafka: Earlier this year, we started rolling out the video tab, a dedicated place for video on Facebook. Our goal is to kick-start an ecosystem of partner content for the tab, so we’re exploring funding some seed…
… Facebook is adding some humor to its Facebook Live and 360 video offerings, as in CollegeHumor co-founder Ricky Van Veen. Van Veen announced in a Facebook post (embedded below) that he was joining the social network in the newly created position of head of global creative strategy, adding that he will work with content creators…