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#44 Social Video Press [4-10.06.2018]

SocialVideo Press is a weekly dose of information concerning widely understood video content: Social Video, Video Advertising, Social Video Seeding, etc.

This is the 44th SocialVideo Press that we prepared for you. Every Monday we are seeking and selecting the most important and interesting news about video on the Internet

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10 Facebook Event FAQs: Answers for Marketers : Social Media Examiner

Discover answers to 10 questions marketers ask about creating, promoting, and managing successful Facebook events.

Facebook launches Level Up program and landing page for gaming livestreams | GamesBeat

Facebook launched its Gaming Creator program in January to boost gaming livestreams on its platform. It’s now building on that with its Gaming Creator landing page, which acts as a hub for relevant broadcasts, as well as the Level Up program, which will give emerging livestreamers access to monetiza…

Yet again, Facebook is being sued over inflated video metrics

A federal judge declined to toss a bid to force the network to appoint independent auditors, citing claims it’s made multiple advertising metric errors in recent years.

Facebook launches gaming video hub to compete with Twitch – TechCrunch

Facebook wants a cut of the 3+ hours per week that young adult video gamers spend watching other people play. So today it launched — as in the post-competition courtesy of saying “good game” — a destination where viewers can find a collection of all the video games streaming on Facebook. will show video based on the games and streaming celebrities they follow, their Liked Pages and Groups, plus it will display featured creators, esports competitions and gaming conference events.

Snapchat's new sports ticket market could draw a more mature crowd

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