From social media to broadcast television, Vertical Networks is making IP that travels and it all starts at Snapchat
The time of vertical video is coming. Looking at the digital landscape, it's easy to spot the players that are prepping for the change. Instagram recently launched IGTV, letting users and brands post vertical videos of up to an hour in length; YouTube and Facebook have both started to play with vertical video, incorporating Snapchat-like story features and short-form series; OATH is reportedly set to introduce a new interactive video product and a new vertical video initiative that is “Netflix meets Snapchat; and Wndr Co just closed a $1billion round of funding for a new video platform "optimized for mobile viewing."
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