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Mobile Minutes: Nielsen and Facebook; NFL on Snapchat; Apple and tablets; Time Warner invests in Hulu

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August 4, 2016

28769Nielsen to measure TV chatter on Facebook
Nielsen next week will transform its ranking of TV shows generating the most activity on Twitter to a broader measure of social-media activity by adding the much larger Facebook, with eventual plans to incorporate Facebook’s Instagram photo-sharing service.
Read more on USA Today

Apple’s continued domination of a shrinking market
While the demand for tablet has slowed down over the last year, more consumers are turning to Apple and the iPad as they look for a larger-screened device. Because of this, Apple can influence the perception of tablets over the next year to entrench its position in this small part of the mobile ecosystem.
Read more on Forbes

Time Warner acquires 10pc stake in Hulu for $583M
Time Warner is taking a 10 percent stake in Hulu — joining existing owners Disney, 21st Century Fox and Comcast — and as part of the investment Turner will bring its cable networks to Hulu’s live-streaming TV service set to launch in 2017.
Read more on Variety

 

 

 

 

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