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In-feed video streaming is increasingly popular

They say a picture is worth a thousand words – so how many is a video worth? In 2015, the number of social media users watching clips of cat videos and movie trailers directly from their newsfeeds reached new heights. What does this say about the way we're using these platforms?

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