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On this week’s Social Media Marketing Talk Show, we explore horizontal video support for IGTV and other video broadcasting updates with special guests, Luria Petrucci and David Foster.
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- 2:58 Instagram’s IGTV Supports Horizontal Video
- 23:20 Study Reports YouTube’s Trending Section Disadvantageous to Creators
- 38:50 Twitter Rolls Out Live Streaming Option with Friends
Instagram’s IGTV Supports Horizontal Video: Instagram now supports traditional landscape videos in addition to vertical on IGTV. The horizontal videos will be shown full-screen when users turn their phones sideways while watching in IGTV’s standalone app or its hub within the main Instagram app.
During this part of the segment, Erik mentioned Crop Video. This tool allows you to upload landscape video to the browser-based video editor, crop it perfectly for vertical or square video, and export your cropped video. You can listen to The Social Media Marketing Podcast to hear more about it.
Study Reports YouTube’s Trending Section Disadvantageous to Creators: Using data crowdsourced from 40,000 videos, a new study reveals that creators need to reach about 11 million views on a video before it is shown in the Trending section. In comparison, segments from TV shows like The Tonight Show or Jimmy Kimmel Live only need a couple hundred thousand views to be shown in the Trending section.
— The Verge (@verge) May 29, 2019
Twitter Rolls Out Live Streaming Option with Friends: Twitter mobile users can now start a live broadcast on the flagship app and invite up to three guests to join them on an audio-only basis. This new feature is available on both iOS and Android.
Go live with guests! It’s more fun than talking to yourself. We promise. pic.twitter.com/CB5qSLebwq
— Twitter (@Twitter) May 29, 2019
Other News Mentioned
- Twitter is Hiring a “Tweeter in Chief”
- Facebook Developing “Shake to Report” Feature
- Snapchat Looking to Add Music Licensing to the Platform