YouTube has for years reigned as the premier digital video platform for both Web users and brands. But Facebook has emerged as, if not an immediate threat to YouTube’s digital video advertising business, a video ads platform poised to… [Read more on Digiday]
A recent Omnibus survey gives insight into how Millennials aged 18-29 experience and find TV shows a full 76 per cent of Millennials report they discover new shows to watch from friends, family and social media, and 73 per cent still watch on a traditional TV set. In addition to watching on a traditional TV, 74 per cent also watch… [Read more on Advanced Television]
Some 76% of 18 to 29 year-olds discover new TV shows from friends, family and social media, according to research by interactive social TV service Relay TV.
This compares to 48% of respondents who reported discovering new shows… [Read more on Digital TV Europe]
Allowing my friends to see everything I’ve recently viewed on Netflix might prove embarrassing, (as sadly most people would just never appreciate the number of cartoons I watch). And until now, that was pretty much the only integration offered between Netflix and Facebook.
Facebook has finally realized that you might want to use your mobile device to dig back into content your friends have posted in the past. And it’s working on it.
The social network has rolled out a search feature to some of its… [Read more on VentureBeat]