Facebook is rolling out watch video service in the world in competition with platforms such as YouTube

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Facebook is rolling out its watch video service in the world one year since the launch in USA with original news, entertainment and sports Content to compete with platforms like YouTube alphabet ink.

Head of video Facebook-Fiji Simo said the watch is gaining real momentum in a crowded market, because it was built on the fact that watching videos can be a social activity.

“Every month, more than 50 million people in the United States come to watch the video at least a minute on the clock and the total time watching videos on Facebook to watch increased 14 times since the beginning of the 2018 year,” she told reporters.

“Clock … you can have two-way conversation about content with friends, other fans or even the creators themselves.”

Facebook said that the right creators could earn on their videos using its advertising breaks in the UK, Ireland, Australia and New Zealand, and the United States Thursday, with many other countries must adhere to.

Simo said that publishers were “significant revenue” from automated advertising system, they are on the platform, which has some programs, such as “Boss beauty Mogul Huda Kattan so hood” and live “major League baseball” game.

“We know it’s been a long road, but we worked hard to make sure all breaks is good for both our partners and our community,” she said.

Advertising revenues will be split 55pc for the content Creator and 45pc on Facebook, the same ratio as in the United States, said Simo.

Publishers must be created in a three-minute video, which caused more than 30,000 in one minute hits in total over the past two months and must have 10,000 followers to participate in the commercial breaks, Facebook said.

Simo said that Facebook is working on a variety of other options for creators to make money such as branded content and the ability for fans to directly support their favorite authors by subscription.

“(Subscription fan) is that they rolled out to a few creators, but we plan to soon expand this program,” she said.

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