Twitter outlines video strategy

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Posted 18 May 2017, 5.41am edt

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The success that Twitter enjoyed in broadcasting NFL games last year has encourage it to show its users much more content. Speaking at the Connected TV World Summit, Scott Eblen, director of product, Twitter Live Video, Twitter, said that every NFL g...

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