5 Entertainment Brands Creating Massive Buzz With Social Media

| January 12, 2018

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There’s no question, social media has changed the way we interact with entertainment brands. From friends’ recommendations and online community discussions to social platforms for viewing and listening, to social commerce and viral videos – social media now touches almost every point in the distribution, promotion, and consumption of music, movies, and gaming.

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After producing over 1000 original video stories generating 450 million video views through its own platforms along with such distribution partners as HuffPost; Aol; MSN; Upworthy; and many others, HooplaHa – Only Good News (OGN) has launched a new streaming subscription video on demand (SVOD) channel called OnlyGood.tv (OGTV).

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