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PodcastingLearn to develop, create, and launch your own podcast! On October 23, Steve Belaner, the host of the weekly podcast The Gamut, will teach you how to determine the goals of your podcast, perfect your concept, contact and book guests, market your podcast, and get your show up and running in just a few weeks. Register now!

WORLD CUP: Univision Deportes Network To Feature Content From Facebook

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2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil kicks off June 12 and runs through the championship game July 13, and Univision Deportes Network will provide exclusive Spanish-language in the U.S., including 24-hour coverage, as well as 56 live games (all 64 matches will be available via its Univision Deportes application). The Hispanic-targeted cable network also reached a partnership with Facebook to add content form the social network to its telecasts, according to The Hollywood Reporter.

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Facebook Continues To Court Media Industry With Public Content Solutions Program

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Facebook took a giant step forward in its efforts to further align itself with the television, publishing, and event venue industries with Friday’s launch of its Public Content Solutions program, which is aimed at providing its partners with dedicated technical and business resources to build out media solutions on the social network and its Instagram photo- and video-sharing network.

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Real-Time Box Score: Facebook Acquires SportStream

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Last month, SportStream CEO Bob Morgan spoke with AllFacebook about how the provider of real-time sports data planned to use the public feed application-programming interface and keyword insights API introduced by Facebook in September to incorporate its data into live broadcasts of sporting events. The two APIs are no longer the only Facebook resources available to SportStream, as the social network announced its acquisition of the company late Tuesday.

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Facebook Apps Bring The March Madness Home

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Sunday, 68 teams will be selected to play in the NCAA Men’s Basketball Championship tournament — a time of year known as March Madness. Monday, people all over the country will be filling out brackets in office pools, picking the winners of all of those college basketball games. But with dozens of games going on, how can the casual fan keep track? There are some great Facebook-integrated applications that allow fans to get closer to the game, whether they’re following their alma maters, or just seeing if their brackets will survive the first round.

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