Facebook Watch is now available internationally
The 2.3 billion users of the social networking giant around the world will be able to see their video streaming service and have publicity.
Facebook Watch will now begin to reach all parts of the world, the company announced on Wednesday.
Facebook’s live and on-demand video streaming service, , is ready to grow its audience of the 50 million people who watch at least one minute of video in the United States every month to many thousands of people. millions more, possibly. Facebook currently adds 2,300 million users per month.
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The launch of Facebook Watch globally is also an opportunity for the community of creators to produce content and for advertisers to put advertising on a platform that will reach a wider audience. This means that creators around the world will have more opportunities to generate revenue from the advertising that Facebook adds to their videos. This is a similar model to YouTube.
Facebook announced that it has begun to put publicity on Watch’s videos for five countries, including the United States, from now on. Starting in September, the announcements will also reach Argentina, Bolivia, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, El Salvador, Spain, Guatemala, Honduras, Mexico, Peru and the Dominican Republic.
In addition to the Facebook app for iOS and Android, Facebook Watch can be enjoyed on Apple TV, Samsung Smart TV, Amazon Fire TV, Android TV, Xbox One, and Oculus TV.