New York Times: Facebook’s Version of YouTube Takes Shape With Pranksters, Magicians and Cartoons

New York Times: Facebook’s Version of YouTube Takes Shape With Pranksters, Magicians and Cartoons. “A 20-something magician performing on the streets of Thailand and Jamaica. Three Australian brothers who shock bystanders with devious pranks. A conservative commentator in Mississippi who rants about America’s priorities from his car. These are some of the video makers who in recent months have started making serious money from Facebook Watch, the tech giant’s answer to YouTube.”

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