Topic: interactive online video
Facebook unveiled today Portal and Portal+, a pair of smart speaker devices that focus on enabling video calling via the Facebook platform.
Facebook Watch is finally going global nearly a year after launching in the U.S.
Facebook acquired tech firm Vidpresso amid a push to shift its users away from passive video experiences and toward interactive content.
Gravy is a livestreaming, gamified shopping show that has arrived on a scene currently flush with live mobile trivia game shows.
Facebook is rolling out interactive features for creators including polls, quiz questions and challenges that can be used to create live game shows.
Hulu is teaming up with Brightline to roll out a new ad unit format called T-comm that allows users to make actual purchases like movie tickets.
A panel featuring execs from Viacom and Facebook Thursday at IBC outlined opportunities and benefits across social media for the industry.
Video content providers are adopting new methods, including a mix of new applications and IP-based systems, to get their video to consumers.
Growth in the online video space appears set to increase, according to Barclays, due in part to a growing number of OTT viewers over the age of 50.
AT&T and Dish recently released a set of services that allow travelers to effectively stream their video services over their hotel TVs.