Now Facebook is in the business of funding original content, initially through direct payments, though it seeks to switch entirely to a revenue-share model in the future to make its original programming effort sustainable.Facebook’s competitors like You Tube and Snapchat have already experimented with creating original video content.If it can drive enough viewers to these shows thanks to its 2 billion total users, Facebook could offer significant revenue-share payouts, attracting better and better content creators.Facebook’s been trying to eat the whole internet for years now.
To access more extensive portals to the Library's online baseball resources, and locate all baseball-specific collections available online, please see the Portals and Collections section of this guide.Instead, there are plenty of mini-documentaries, reality shows, and sports coverage. Alternatively, you can either swipe over or arrive from a notification about a new episode to view the Watchlist of all the lastest shows released by creators you follow.Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg writes that “We believe it’s possible to rethink a lot of experiences through the lens of building community — including watching video. Once you’ve opened an episode you’ll see all the details about it, with one tab for joining a live comment reel with other viewers, and an “Up Next” tab displaying what you’ll view after the current episode if you prefer a glazed-eyes lean-back experience.A Watchlist feature lets you subscribe to updates on new episodes of your favorite shows.Fans can connect with each other and creators through a new feature that links shows to Groups. Users with access will see a TV-shaped Watch button in the bottom navigation bar of Facebook’s main app that opens the new video hub.