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Mobile Minutes: Facebook, Twitter race to TV; Spotify’s rights agreement; Hidden cost of convenience; Twitter’s 140-character limit

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March 21, 2016

15170Facebook and Twitter in race to acquire rights to stream live TV
Facebook and Twitter are battling to win the right to stream conventional TV programming, The Post has learned.
Read more on New York Post

Spotify and musicians are playing a new tune
While Spotify AB doesn’t follow the old playbook of accepting monetary incentives from musicians seeking more visibility on its music-streaming service, it does want something from them in exchange: their labor.
Read more on Wall Street Journal

The hidden cost of convenience with food delivery app DoorDash
A menu on DoorDash Inc.’s website lists the price for a Bubba Gump’s shrimp po’ boy at $14.95 before delivery fees. Walk into the same restaurant in Denver, and you’ll find it on the menu for about $3 less.
Read more on Bloomberg

Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey nixes idea of expanding 140-character limit
Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey says the service’s iconic 140-character message limit isn’t going away.
Read more on Variety

 

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