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Mar 06, 2018
Facebook hires former head of BuzzFeed Studios to lead global video content and ex-Pinterest executive to head Watch video platformFacebook Watch was made available initially to a limited group in the United States on the company’s mobile app, website and television apps in August last year.
Nov 23, 2017
Entourage star Jeremy Piven accused of sexual assault by three women, including co-actorJeremy Piven was first accused of misconduct by TV actor Arianne Bellamar in a series of tweets posted on 30 October, which the Entourage star completely denied.
Oct 18, 2017
Snap and NBC Universal join hands to launch studio venture to produce shows for SnapchatThe two companies have already produced at least three shows for Snapchat in an effort to reach more viewers as mobile audiences continue to grow.
Sep 16, 2017
Google disables a "majority" of the ad keywords that Buzzfeed reported to be racist and anti-semiticGoogle says it has disabled offensive keywords that could be used by advertisers to target people searching for racist and anti-Semitic topics.
Aug 10, 2017
Facebook Watch is a new platform offering a dedicated place to watch your favourite showsFacebook said the shows would include videos of the Women's National Basketball Association, a parenting show from Time Inc and a safari show from National Geographic.
Jul 06, 2017
The myth of the 'urban poor': Gayatri Jayaraman continues specious argument in a new bookGayatri Jayaraman's 'Who Me, Poor?' is a continuation of the ideas she expressed in her BuzzfeedIndia essay about the 'urban poor'
May 25, 2017
Facebook inks a deal with Vox Media, BuzzFeed, and others for upcoming video serviceFacebook is planning scripted shows with episodes lasting 20 to 30 minutes and shorter scripted and unscripted shows with episodes lasting about 10 minutes
Feb 25, 2017
Donald Trump era: CNN, NYT, LA Times barred from White House press briefings; AP boycottsThe White House often invites handpicked outlets in for briefings, typically for specific topics. But briefings and gaggles in the White House are usually open to all outlets and they are free to ask anything.
Jan 25, 2017
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg has no plans to run for US presidentShelving rumours surrounding his plans to run for the US presidency, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg has insisted that for now he has no such intentions, saying he would continue to work to grow his company.
Jan 14, 2017
Donald Trump insulting and stonewalling the press is nothing new in dog-eat-dog worldThe White House press corps — in fact, media everywhere — are a largely elitist and spoilt bunch, rotten and accustomed to having the inside track. And because they don't support each other. In that lies the fourth estate's problem.