Video/TV/YouTube

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Facebook Live for Desktop: What You Should Know
The newly enabled desktop abilities will allow streamers to produce higher-quality streams by eliminating shakiness by utilizing the computer’s webcam
Tina Courtney
Site Pro News
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Moodelizer helps add epic soundtracks to your video efforts
Moodelizer wants to put the power of suitable soundtracks in the hands of amateur filmmakers, by letting you add a delightfully over-the-top soundtrack to the most mundane of tasks at the touch of a button.
Haje Jan Kamps
Tech Crunch
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Facebook vs. YouTube: Which Is Best for Video?
Social media powerhouses, Facebook and YouTube, are looking to cash in on the impending supremacy of video content.
Tina Courtney
Site Pro News
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How Facebook 360 Can Spice Up Your Content
Interactive way to shoot video and take pictures holds much potential for online content marketing professionals.
Julia McCoy
Site Pro News
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YouTube gets a new TV app
With more people than ever cutting the cord, watching via smart TVs, and turning to streaming media players like Roku and others, YouTube decided it was time to update is TV application to be easier to use on the big screen.
Sarah Perez
Tech Crunch
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LA Times - Cord cutters face a sea of streaming options
Like millions of other consumers, Evan Hartstein was fed up with pay TV.
Meg James and Yvonne Villarreal
Los Angeles Times
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7 Reasons Why Live Streaming On the Web Has Become a Necessity
Live streaming has become common on the Web. But are you using it to your business’ advantage?
Elianna Hyde
SitePro News
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5 Tricks for Creating Attention-Grabbing Animated Videos on Facebook
Video has long been an important component of the social strategy toolkit, but the current ranking and action policies make it an absolutely vital format for maximizing organic reach..
Jenny Karn
HubSpot
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How to Launch & Optimize a YouTube Video Advertising Campaign
With all that time invested, you can`t stop at just embedding the video on a homepage or sharing it on Facebook and hoping that someone watches.
Jami Oetting
HubSpot