Facebook launched a new app called ‘Venue’ to make live events more interactive

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Interactive second-screen experience for live events.

This service is significantly compared with the ability to stream events in real time on Twitter and provides fans with a space for interactive collection and response to events in real time. In particular, the internal team of Twitter curators complements key events, including brief summaries, including special tweets, videos, photos and user comments. In addition to the host acting as access to the streaming environment, Venue provides what is easy to find and make available for access. The Facebook product development team (NPE) announced the functionality of the new application, fans can stop scrolling or stop searching to find the right time for everyone to respond.

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Venue is the third app launched by the NPE team.
The last two are dedicated to collaborative music videos and pure voice conversation. All three are currently designed to respond and provide an opportunity for friends, family, and people with similar interests to stay in touch at home and live on social streets. The Global Economy has begun to unfreeze, but the question of whether consumers have a desire to return to the physical world still does not provide an answer. Activities such as shopping in stores, restaurants in restaurants, and walks in busy parks include capacity and performance restrictions. Experts are also concerned that consumers who have spent about 12 weeks to enjoy convenient digital work may continue online without returning to the very limited world of phases

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Facebook will first test Venue with NASCAR’s Food City presenting the Supermarket Heroes 500 race on May 31. Future NASCAR races will also be hosted in Venue, with commentators including nascarcasm,

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