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20 Jun 5:59pm Instagram launches long-form videos in bid to lure YouTube generation
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Videos of up to an hour are effort to pull young users away from rival, and to allow Facebook to sell more ads Instagram will increase its video time limit from one minute to 10 minutes for most users, in an attempt to lure younger viewers away from YouTube. In the expansion, announced Wednesday, Instagram accounts with large audiences will be able to go as long as an hour. Video will be available through Instagram or a new app called IGTV. The video will eventually give Facebook, Instagram’s parent company, more opportunities to sell advertising.
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20 Jun 8:02am YouTube faces paying billions to music stars after copyright vote
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Such platforms could have to seek licences for videos after European parliament action YouTube stars from Taylor Swift to Ed Sheeran could be in line for big paydays after the video giant lost a crucial vote in Brussels over new copyright laws that will force it to pay billions of dollars in fees for users watching music videos. For years the music industry has argued that YouTube
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Music industry wins key vote in YouTube copyright battle 20 Jun 7:32am Music industry wins key vote in YouTube copyright battle
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Such platforms face having to seek licences for music videos after European parliament vote YouTube stars from Taylor Swift to Ed Sheeran could be in line for big paydays after the video giant lost a crucial vote in Brussels over new copyright laws that will force it to pay billions of dollars in fees for users watching music videos. For years the music industry has argued that YouTube
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19 Jun 7:06pm Matt Hancock: schools across the UK should ban mobile phones
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The culture secretary who heads up the digital brief says tech makes parenting harder The culture secretary has called on more schools to ban
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