Facebook Launches Watch Tab of Original Video Shows

The social Apps are getting much better with each passing day by inventing new useful features for its users. While to compete other platforms, Facebook Launches Watch Tab of Original Video Shows. Facebook has a new home for the original video content produced exclusively for it by partners, who will earn 55% of ad break revenue while Facebook keeps 45%.

Facebook Launches Watch Tab of Original Video Shows

The “Watch” tab shows will start rolling out to a small group of U.S. users tomorrow on mobile, desktop and Facebook’s TV apps.

By hosting original programming, Facebook could boost ad revenue and give people a reason to frequently return to the News Feed for content they can’t get anywhere else.

Watch features personalized recommendations of live and recorded shows to watch, plus categories like “Most Talked About,” “What’s Making People Laugh” and “Shows Your Friends Are Watching.” Publishers can also share their shows to the News Feed to help people discover them. A Watchlist feature lets you subscribe to updates on new episodes of your favorite shows. Fans can connect with each other and creators through a new feature that links shows to Groups.

Facebook CEO, Mark shared on his official profile about this new feature:

“Today we’re launching the Watch tab in Facebook — a place where you can discover shows your friends are watching and follow your favorite shows and creators so you don’t miss any episodes. You’ll be able to chat and connect with people during an episode, and join groups with people who like the same shows afterwards to build community.”

Mark also added that:

“Facebook team hope that “Watch” will be home to a wide range of shows — from reality to comedy to live sports. Some will be made by professional creators, and others from regular people in our community. We’re starting to roll out the Watch tab to a limited number of people in the US, and the plan is to bring it to more people soon. I hope you enjoy.”

Also Read: Facebook Stories are Coming to Desktop beside News Feed

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