Don’t listen to Mark Zuckerberg when Facebook’s CEO talks about the type of programming he wants for Facebook’s Watch tab. Or do but read between the lines.
Last week during the social network’s third-quarter earnings call -- the first since rolling out its hub for original video programming, Watch -- Zuckerberg tamped down any notions of Facebook rising to rival Netflix and overtake people’s living rooms.
“Hopefully, the experience on Facebook will not just be that you come and watch a video and you get informed, you feel entertained and that's it; we think that the most valuable thing that people do are help build relationships with other people on the platform,” he said. And later he added, "Long term, our hope is that the busines...
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