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Hulu officially launches its co-viewing feature Watch Party

Hulu officially launches its co-viewing feature Watch Party Hulu’s social viewing feature, Watch Party, has now launched to all on-demand subscribers, the company announced today. The co-viewing feature was first introduced during the earlier days of the pandemic in 2020, allowing Hulu users to watch shows together from different locations, as well […]

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YouTube upgrades Premieres with trailers, themes and a live pre-show option

YouTube upgrades Premieres with trailers, themes and a live pre-show option YouTube today is launching three new features designed to improve its “Premieres” experience, including trailers, themes, and live stream “pre-shows” that later redirect to the main event. Premieres, which first arrived in 2018, are designed to give creators the ability to […]

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Gillmor Gang: Electrical Banana

Gillmor Gang: Electrical Banana Thanks I’m giving for the start of the first big online season. Yes, the pandemic has put in place a gigantic move to the digital for our immediate and accelerated future. We all know how this plays out in the required state of things pre-vaccine. But there’s an […]

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Hulu UX teardown: 5 user experience fails and how to fix them

Hulu UX teardown: 5 user experience fails and how to fix them Hulu is the first major streaming platform to offer a social watching experience. And with most major league sports now being allowed to resume behind closed doors, Hulu’s combined proposition with ESPN will likely help entertain the service’s 30+ million […]

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The crowd goes wild for Yiming

The crowd goes wild for Yiming There’s no shortage of TikTok coverage in the news today as the app’s fate in the U.S. hangs in the air. What the press doesn’t always address is how TikTok gets here — how did a Chinese startup seize the lucrative short-video market in the West […]

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Netflix’s latest experiment is a TikTok-like feed of funny videos

Netflix’s latest experiment is a TikTok-like feed of funny videos Netflix already borrowed the concept of short-form video “Stories” from social apps like Snapchat and Instagram for its Previews feature back in 2018. Now, the company is looking to the full-screen vertical video feed, popularized by TikTok, for further inspiration. With its […]

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Gillmor Gang: Check, please

Gillmor Gang: Check, please When we recorded this Gillmor Gang, it was Day Four post-election, or midweek in counting the late incoming mail and other provisional ballots. We were largely convinced of the Biden victory, but that nagging doubt instilled in us by 2016 still pervaded the Zoom session. Saturday’s street party […]

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Gillmor Gang: Shaken Not Stirred

Gillmor Gang: Shaken Not Stirred With one day to go to the election, our thoughts are with those who look forward to talking about something else. Difficult as it might be to imagine, there must be other things to work on. One thing that comes to mind is the impact of the […]

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Apple eyes the TikTok generation with an updated version of Clips

Apple eyes the TikTok generation with an updated version of Clips Apple is today rolling out an update to its video creation app, Clips, which brings much-needed support for vertical videos, allowing for sharing to TikTok and the “Stories” feature in other social apps. The addition is one of several arriving with […]

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Gillmor Gang: Unsuppressed

Gillmor Gang: Unsuppressed Not just the future of civilization is up for grabs this November. In this age of mobile social computing, we’re figuring out how to vote, entertain, teach, learn, and commit to meaningful change. Thanks to the pandemic emergency, our plans for transforming our country and planet are subject to […]

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