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Facebook TV: Video ads now interrupting your News Feed

CNET:

Facebook will gradually introduce 15-second video ads that auto play in News Feed to its 1.23 billion members following a three-month test of the product, the company said Thursday.

The new ads, called "Premium Video Ads," are modeled after television spots and are meant to give advertisers with deep pockets -- ads reportedly cost anywhere from $1 million to $2.5 million per day -- access to the broadest swath of Facebook users at specific intervals during the day.

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adorie2012d ago

Lol. For those who haven't, it's time to jump ship. Besides, in the future, I don't see one social networking hub for the world, I see many, many small ones that cater to certain people. Ones that don't use ads to interfere with a persons social activities.

vikram10082012d ago

Video is now-days create source of ads.