News of Note—Facebook, WWE, Tumblr, Stringr and Brightcove

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Stringr has announced it will be using the Brightcove video platform. (Pixabay)

Here are the stories we’re following today:

> Facebook has been hit with a lawsuit accusing it of bilking advertisers by inflating the number of people its ads could reach. MediaPost article

> WWE has announced that this weekend’s Summerslam PPV event will offer viewers the chance to watch the Kickoff show in VR. Advanced Television article

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> Paste spoke with Tumblr about Fandometrics, which measures the popularity of TV shows, movies, music and other forms of media. Paste article

> Stringr has announced it will be using the Brightcove video platform. Release


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