Social media advertising specialist TBG Digital created a Facebook application for Topman that will allow the apparel retailers fans on the social network to view a live stream of its London Collections A/W 2013 fashion show Monday as if they were seated in the front row.
As previously announced, Facebook and Spanish-language TV network Univision will present forums featuring President Barack Obama and Republican candidate Mitt Romney. The candidates will discuss issues facing America’s Hispanic population. The discussions — to be held Wednesday and Thursday — will be broadcast live on Univision and Univision’s Facebook page.
It seems like every week, Facebook Co-Founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg is acquiring a new company or making a key hire. The New York Post reports that his next target might be Hulu CEO Jason Kilar, who recently spurned Yahoo.
French music-streaming application Deezer has more than tripled its average monthly users on Facebook, to nearly 2 million from 605,000, following its upgrade for timeline in September 2011.
The more friends you have on Facebook, the less you pay to watch the online stream of Andy X.
Spotify’s growth trajectory in America apparently resembles what the company has enjoyed elsewhere, as the pricing plan is migrating to what Europe has.
Facebook is no longer working on an official music dashboard, and instead the social network is steering its users toward music services it has partnered with so far: Spotify, Rdio and Mog.
Just in time for Halloween, Facebook commerce provider Milyoni brings a horror flick exclusively to the social network: The Perfect House.
Facebook users now have another music-streaming option in nascent startup MPlayr.
Miramax has a movie date with Facebook users in the U.S., the U.K., and Turkey, with France and Germany on line for the next showing.