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AARHUS, Denmark, Oct. 14, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — To address the multiple challenges businesses face with training and skills development, Go1 and LMS365 have partnered to offer access from the LMS365 platform to the Go1 Content Hub. Through this partnership, announced today by LMS365, organizations across industries can now offer best-in-class training content to all their employees through Microsoft Teams and SharePoint Online.
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Keeping training content up to date and relevant for changing needs can be time-consuming and costly. Add to this the burden of sourcing and procuring content from multiple providers on an ongoing basis. Finally, when it comes to delivering and tracking learning, organizations are challenged to provide seamless, engaging learning experiences for employees.
This partnership represents two industry-leading learning providers coming together: The Go1 Content Hub is the largest
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The Walt Disney Company announced a broad structural reorganization of its media and entertainment businesses Monday, in a move to ramp up and streamline its direct-to-consumer strategy. That involves the creation of the new Media and Entertainment Distribution group, which will oversee all content monetization and streaming operations. Kareem Daniel, most recently president of consumer products, games and publishing at Disney, will lead the unit.
The move comes just under a year after the launch of Disney Plus, which has since surpassed the 60 million subscriber mark.
Under the new structure, the studios will continue to develop and produce originals for Disney’s streaming services — which include Disney Plus, Hulu and ESPN Plus — and legacy platforms. Distribution and commercialization will now be centralized under the Media and Entertainment Distribution group.
“Given the incredible success of Disney+ and our plans to accelerate our direct-to-consumer business, we are strategically positioning our
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- YouTube CEO Susan Wojcicki isn’t committing to an outright ban of QAnon content on the platform.
- Wojcicki was asked about banning QAnon, a baseless far-right conspiracy theory, during an interview with CNN’s Poppy Harlow. She cited the movement’s grassroots nature as a complicating factor in banning it but added that YouTube’s policies are continuing to evolve.
- Wojcicki said YouTube has already removed “hundreds of thousands” of QAnon videos and made changes to its recommendations tool, which she said have resulted in an 80% reduction in views on QAnon videos.
- Earlier this month, Facebook dealt a blow to the QAnon movement by announcing it would ban Pages and Groups, as well as Instagram accounts, that represented QAnon.
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Facebook may have banned QAnon content from all of its platforms, but Susan Wojcicki isn’t committing to doing the same on YouTube.
The YouTube CEO on Monday
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We undoubtedly live in an era where content is king. With the penetration of technology into our everyday lives, it is not uncommon to encounter multiple types of content on an everyday basis. In fact, experts suggest that different types of content impact us in different ways, and for this reason creating compelling content in the right way and disseminating it to the right channels becomes an important consideration for any business. As Hubspot reports, “Video has become the most used format in content marketing, overtaking blogs and infographics.”
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In this first article in a series of covering various industries, I’ll be addressing the dental industry, an essential health care service that’s also very competitive. As any dental professional will tell you, it’s not easy to thrive in markets that are congested and have multiple providers offering the same value. Running a dental practice is
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Spotify has introduced a new tool that enables creators to boost their content. Called Promo Cards, the new feature generates customized assets for a creator’s content, including podcasts, albums, and even individual songs. The Promo Cards shouldn’t be mistaken with something like real-life business cards — rather, says Spotify, these new custom assets are designed to be shared on social media platforms.
Spotify points out that promoting one’s content on social media takes up more of the artist’s time, particularly if they’re a small content creator responsible for boosting their own brand. The Promo Cards are intended to make it easier to market one’s own materials even if you don’t possess graphic design skills.
Spotify for Artists enables creators to customize the graphics on their promo cards — in fact, the online tool doesn’t even require users to log in, meaning that listeners could also generate Promo Cards for their