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Facebook takes its crusade against YouTube to the next level – BGR



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It was before it ended with a newbie to the premium video contentions – Facebook Watch, which today announced a major milestone in its press to be a home for original video content like "Sorry for the wallpaper." The social media giant says that the Facebook Watch platform is now available globally, one year after the turn of the switch and launches Facebook Watch as a whole new thing around this time in 201

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Among other things, this announcement represents a big step up in Facebook's crusade against YouTube and in its attempt to capture some creators and video usage, what's flowing now to the better-known Google-owned video plan. However, Facebook video player Fidji Simo has included some numbers today in a blog post today by explaining how serious Facebook is about this next front in its development.

"During the past year, we have made our experience more social," says Fiji, as making it easier to see what videos your friends liked or shared, creating exhibitions that have audience participation at the core and opening watching videos from pages. These updates have helped people discover and engage deeper with the videos they love – from Red Table Talk with Jada Pinkett Smith, to beauty mogul Huda Kattan's backdrop show Huda Boss to live Major League Baseball game.

"Every month, more than 50 million people in the United States come to watch videos for at least a minute in Watch – and the total time spent watching videos in Watch has increased by 14x since the beginning of 2018. "

Along with today's announcement, Facebook also extends the Ad Breaks program, allowing more creators to monetize their videos, as well as offering new insights, tools and best practices s to share with creators. The Facebook page is eligible for ad breaks, for example, if they have created 3-minute videos that have generated more than 30,000 1-minute views in total over the past two months. They must also have 10,000 Facebook followers, meet revenue eligibility standards and be located in a country where Ad Breaks is available.

Until now, it has not been easy for anyone to find the dedicated Watch section of Facebook, but the company has begun to make it easier to make a shortcut easier to find. On IOS or Android, this Watch icon should be in the shortcut or accessible through the "More" bookmark. You can also access Watch on Apple TV, Samsung Smart TV, Amazon Fire TV, Android TV, Xbox One and Oculus TV.


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