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In a collaboration that links the broadcast industry’s originators with its future, BBC Studios TalentWorks has teamed up with Meta’s Facebook Creator Collective and Instagram Diverse Voices to offer four creators the chance to gain TV experience and skills, create original IP, and help accelerate their careers.
BBC Studios Meta 23May2022
Following a successful launch in the UK earlier in May 2022, TikTok is now arriving on the Netgem TV digital entertainment platform in France available through users with the company’s set-top boxes.
Netgem TikTok 17May2022
In a clear indication of the growing importance of social media in TV, Instagram has announced a new content series from its Black Perspectives programme championing the future of young Black talent by empowering creatives across various industries.
INstragram 13April 2022
Twitter Originals Fueled by so.da, in partnership with Mindshare Content+ and Ford Canada have announced the eleventh digital series #FutureForward features local leaders and innovators who have embraced change and technology to drive their businesses into the future.
Twitter FutureForward 25March2022
OLG has become the latest brand to join forces with social digital agency so.da and social giant Twitter for #OLGGamePlan, a new interactive digital sports betting series.
Twitter OLG Game Plan 10Feb2022
In quietly announced moves that could make massive noise in the video industry, in particular mobile video, the Instagram and TikTok video platforms have both revealed that they are exploring new options to allow content creators to charge a subscription fee for their videos.
Tik Tok TV 24Nov2021

TikTok and Global, the media and entertainment group, have announced a partnership to livestream Global’s two-day Christmas concert, Capital’s Jingle Bell Ball with Barclaycard.

Around four-fifths of social engagement for streaming platforms comes from Instagram, with TikTok close behind thanks to accounts like Netflix growing by more than a million followers each month in 2021, according to the Social Guide for Streaming report from Conviva.
Conviva 6Dec2021