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Facebook could launch traditional TV-style shows in June

Facebook may launch traditional TV-style shows in June

Social networking giant Facebook Inc. is reportedly making preparations for releasing a line-up of TV-style shows on its site as soon as in June this year.

Facebook has repeatedly said that video is one of the top priorities for the company going forward. Thus, news of release of TV-style shows is not surprising at all.

Citing anonymous sources, media outlets reported that the social-networking giant will mainly release two kinds of shows: longer, traditional television-style scripted shows and shorter shows that will be updated by the company on daily basis.

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Forbes: Mark Zuckerberg has lost $3.7B in net worth after US presidential election

Forbes: Mark Zuckerberg has lost $3.7B in net worth after US presidential electi

According to a Forbes report, several billion dollars in net worth has been lost by Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg after the US presidential election on November 8, 2016.

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ISIS propaganda video makes direct threats against Facebook and Twitter CEOs

ISIS propaganda video makes direct threats against Facebook and Twitter CEOs

In an evident response to the efforts undertaken by Facebook and Twitter to curb terrorist activity on their social networking platforms, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg and Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey have been threatened directly in a propaganda video released by Islamic State supporters.

The video has been posted to the Telegram social media service -- which is used by ISIS -- and was first spotted by Vocativ deep web analysts.

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Facebook Would Offer Internet to Refugees, says Mark Zuckerberg

Facebook Would Offer Internet to Refugees, says Mark Zuckerberg

Mark Zuckerberg, CEO of Facebook recently while speaking at the United Nations Private Sector Forum said that Facebook will team up with the intergovernmental body to make internet accessible to those who so far have been able to use it.

The New York Times reported that Zuckerberg also noted that if more people will be online it will be beneficial to Facebook itself. But Zuckerberg didn't tell how and when internet was coming to the refugee camps.

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