#Newsfeed: Facebook reactions have now infiltrated comments; Audio streams to be integrated into ARIA album chart; SoundCloud can now build personalised playlists like Spotify
Plus is embedding a tweet containing a photo considered theft?
Get ready for even more emotion in the comments section of your Facebook posts –Facebook reactions are not available for comments. Users on desktop have reportedly begun seeing the new feature, but it’s unsure when the capabilities will arrive to mobile.
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Is embedding a Tweet fair use or plagiarism? That’s the issue a lawsuit in the United Kingdom is trying to settle, after a freelance photographer sued a news publication for embedding a tweet within an article. Photographer Eddie Mitchell had given permission to the original tweeter to use his photo, however he he said news organisation Sky News did not have permission to use the photo (despite embedding the original tweet in their article).
Read more about this tricky situation here.
The Instagram vs. Snapchat debate isn’t going away anytime soon, this time with Forbes contributor Tom Ward weighing in on why influencers leaving Snapchat in favour of Instagram. He rightly points out that Instagram has many benefits for heavy users, including the fact that you can’t share links or tag people on Snap and there are better quality videos on Instagram Stories.
Read the full article here.
The Australian Recording Industry Association (ARIA) has announced that the ARIA Albums Charts will include on demand audio streams for the first time. Charts published from May 15 onwards will feature data collected from on demand streaming services Apple Music, Deezer, Google Play, Spotify (and other services as they develop and become chart data contributors). “With streaming now the primary method of music consumption in Australia, ARIA can ensure that the ARIA Albums Chart will continue to be the most accurate indication of the nation’s favourite music each and every week,” ARIA chief executive officer Dan Rosen explained.
Read the official statement from ARIA here.
SoundCloud has announced a new feature called The Upload, an algorithmically generated playlist based on a user’s listening habits. The Upload is available starting today in the Discover tab on the web version of SoundCloud and in the Search tab in the company’s iOS and Android apps.
Read more about this new feature here.
- Facebook reactions have now infiltrated comments [via The Verge]
- A quarter of the world’s population now uses Facebook every month [via The Verge]
- Facebook beats in Q1 with $8.03B revenue, faster growth to 1.94B users [via TechCrunch]
- Mark Zuckerberg finally addresses the string of violent deaths on Facebook [via The Next Web]
- Zuckerberg thinks Facebook was “late” to competing with Snapchat, is now “ahead” [via TechCrunch]
- Is embedding a tweet containing a photo theft? This photographer thinks so [via Digital Trends]
- Twitter says every world leader should tweet like Donald Trump [via Quartz]
- There’s still one thing Instagram can’t copy from Snapchat [via The Next Web]
- Oh, Snap: Instagram Stories Is Killing The Competition [via Forbes]
- Audio streams to be integrated into ARIA album chart [via ARIA]
- Is retro music digital marketing’s hot new item? [via Marketing Dive]
- Camp Cope Launch New Safe Space Hotline For Upcoming Shows With Against Me! [via TheMusic.com.au]
- Melbourne to host major international music convention in 2018 [via The Music Network]
- SoundCloud can now build personalised playlists like Spotify [via The Verge]
- WhatsApp’s Status feature now has more daily users than Snapchat [via The Verge]
- Snapchat Still Has a Strong Case to Make About Its Audience Despite Instagram’s Assault [via AdAge]
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