Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg gave the first public look at its Clubhouse competitor “Live Audio Rooms” in the U.S., in a session that featured Facebook vice presidents Andrew Bosworth and Fidji Simo and three creators who livestreamed themselves playing games on Facebook. The session reached as many as 2,000 users. The launch of Live Audio Rooms marks the first of new audio releases...
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The Information’s second Creator Economy Summit is happening this Wednesday. For the past two months, I’ve been preparing for our interviews with creators, startup leaders and executives at major tech companies including Instagram, YouTube and Pinterest. (You can still register here.) This prep work has come at a pivotal time for the industry. When we held our first summit in late October,...
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