You can now go live on Facebook from your desktop - The Express Tribune

A picture illustration shows a Facebook logo reflected in a person's eye, in Zenica, March 13, 2015. PHOTO: REUTERS. There's good news for Facebook users who like to broadcast live content. Facebook live is now available for desktops. “We're starting ...

Publishers see short-form video views on Facebook cut in half - Digiday

Publishers are finding short-form video viewing figures on Facebook have plummeted as more content creators battle for space in the news feed. Over six months ago a well-performing video from The Sun would fetch 250,000 views; now it's lucky to get ...

Facebook Now Lets You Go Live From the Desktop - PC Magazine

Just in case you foresee yourself stranded on Mars and needing to make a daily video log à la Matt Damon in The Martian, Facebook's new option to stream live video from a desktop browser has you covered. The feature, rolling out this week, is designed ...

Facebook Live Expands With Browser Support, Analytics, And More - Tom's Hardware

Facebook Live received browser support, analytics, and other features meant to make its video-streaming platform more appealing to broadcasters. The service was previously limited in its scope. Facebook allowed people to live-stream only via its mobile ...

6 New Facebook Live Features You Need to Know - Search Engine Journal

Facebook has announced six new Facebook Live tools and features that publishers should find helpful. Among them: Pages can go live via browsers. You can appoint live contributors to stream on your Page's behalf. You can highlight comments. And more!

Facebook Tests New Mid-Roll Video Ads - Search Engine Journal

If your Facebook News Feed truly become “all video” in five years, as has been predicted, then Facebook is going to need more ads to make money off those videos. Well, it seems like Facebook is already working on this. Facebook is reportedly testing ...

Facebook tests mid-roll video ads - Business Insider

Facebook's quest for new channels for advertising is prompting it to test mid-roll video ads, according to Recode. This is crucial for the company because it may help it delay reaching maximum ad load, or the most ads it can show users without ...

Facebook Is Going To Make Watching Videos Even More Annoying As They Introduce 'Mid-Roll' Ads - MensXP.com

Get ready as Facebook is all ready to make your experience on the platform even more annoying than ever before. If you like to spend your time watching videos on Facebook, well you're shit out of luck. The social media giant is amidst launching a ...