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Facebook to make an entry into TV-like programming in June

Facebook is planning to launch TV-like programming, and the shows could be viewable right away in June. About 24 shows are in the pipeline for this big move into programming. Facebook is aiming at long- form marquee programming that is best suited for viewing on TV sets and shorter videos that will be cost effective …

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Twitter’s new Live Streaming Stadium

Twitter’s 24/7 sports streaming plans include live games and new video network called “Stadium”. On Monday, Twitter unveiled its streaming plans to advertisers and they included live weekly games from MLB and the WNBA. While it won’t have rights to stream live Thursday Night Football games like last year, Twitter will have access to live NFL pregame video …

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The Rise and fall of Gaming Consoles as Media Centers

While game consoles were historically considered as much of a toy, they have now evolved into offering a whole lot of functionality for a far mature audience. From the Brown Box to Nintendo Switch (arriving March 2017), and from 10 year old playing games to 51% of Xbox One users watching video-on-demand and subscription-based videos …

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Twitter Launches Apps on Apple TV, Amazon Fire TV and Xbox One to Stream Videos

Following the announcements to soon launch streaming TV apps, Twitter finally ends the wait to launch its Apple TV, Amazon Fire TV and Xbox One apps for users to stream Twitter videos on TV this Wednesday. Twitter has been pushing it hard to become the live streaming platform for major sporting events and following the NFL games …

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Twitter Focuses More on Live Video Streaming

Taking the live streaming momentum, Twitter tries to make changes to its platform in order to focus more on the live video streaming services. The company has recently added a button to user profiles for users to get easy notifications for live videos from individual accounts. One more feature buzzes when accounts go live on Periscope …

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ESPN to build SVOD service powered by Major League Baseball (MLB)

The worldwide leader ESPN has announced its plan to build its subscription video on demand services powered by Major League Baseball (MLB)’s streaming infrastructure. The upcoming  VOD service by ESPN will not be linked to WatchESPN or any other ESPN’s family of TV channels and will offer sporting events not airing anywhere else. John Skipper ESPN …

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