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1. Facebook eyes original 'TV-like' programming
The Wall Street Journal reported that the social network is soliciting pitches for 30-minute television-like shows across six genres, including science, lifestyle, and sports. This is apparently part of Facebook's latest attempt to tackle the TV market after the announcement of its dedicated set-top TV app just weeks ago.
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