Oliver McAteer
May 2, 2018

Twitter bolsters video with 30 new media partnerships, renewals

BC, Vice News and Hearst Magazines Digital Media are producing original and live shows for the social media platform.

Twitter is launching dozens of new live and original videos with partnerships from the likes of NBCUniversal, Viacom and Vice News.

The social media giant announced more than 30 new collaborations and renewals at the Digital Content NewFronts on Monday.

It follows the success of shows like BuzzFeed’s AM to DM, which has been attracting around one million views per episode since its launch in September 2017.


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