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Facebook and Verizon Make New Forays into Live Sports Streaming

What: The market for live-streaming rights is getting even hotter: Verizon just struck a deal with the NBA, while Facebook has hired Eurosport CEO to oversee a multi-billion push into live-streaming of sports events and esport tournaments. Why it matters: Live sports are the only appointment viewing content category large advertisers still want to spend big chunks of […]


Facebook’s Algorithm Change: 5 Silver Linings According to U.S Multicultural and Latin American Publishers

What: We touched base with key executives of  U.S. and Latin American media properties to know their thoughts on what this latest change in Facebook’s algorithm might mean for traffic referral and content viewership. 5 things to take into account. Interviewees: Iván Adaime, Juan Convers, Henry Pacheco, Juan Romero, Christian Wilkins, Matan Har, and Rafael Urbina. Why […]


Netflix Backs Out of Bidding for Live English Premier League Games

With the tender for the 2019-2022 Premier League rights to go out this month, Netflix was thought to be amongst one of the challengers to traditional broadcasters. Instead it has opted out the bidding.Not only is this one less challenger for traditional broadcasters to worry about, but it is also one less challenger for Amazon and Facebook to worry about.


Facebook & Netflix Are The Brands Generating Most Positive Word of Mouth Among Millennials

What: Facebook and Netflix resulted YouGov BrandIndex’s 2017 brands generating the most positive word of mouth among millennials. Why it matters: Lane Bryant, a plus-size retailer, gained the most in positive word of mouth generation among millennials over the past year. YouGov BrandIndex has released 2016-2017 WOM (word of mouth) ranking among Millennials in the US. Taking the first and second […]


Snapchat: A Look at its Acquisitions and Numbers in Latin America

Six years after Evan Spiegel and Bobby Murphy, CEO and CTO of Snap Inc., respectively, developed their image exchange application at Stanford University, Snapchat has become a mainstay of the millennials’ social life—successfully evolving from a scorned application for sending fleeting photos to a messaging platform with new content formats.


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