Facebook is making a move on television networks.
The social network on Monday will start providing new data to the four largest US television networks -- CBS, Fox, ABC, and NBC -- in an attempt to attract more advertising dollars to its service, The Wall Street Journal reported, citing Facebook officials. The social network will also provide its data to a precious few other television partners.
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The data Facebook will share will revolve around "actions" that users take on the site, including likes, comments, and shares related to … Read more