The service would also let viewers personalize advertising categories and then insert commercials into programs based on user preferences. Viewers would also be able to buy items on the spot through a store operated by ZillionTV in conjuction with Visa Inc (V.N), another ZillionTV stakeholder.
I for one am excited to see more of these services popping up. It's a good sign that media companies are beginning to see the light and loosen their grip on precious content!"
Facebook showed off the changes as part of its broad redesign, which is rolling out across the site next Wednesday. Some of the changes are cosmetic: Tabs will move to the top of the user's page, with a stronger focus on wall posts and content updates (posted links, blog posts, etc.). But they're also designed to make the News Feed more of a steady stream.
Is Facebook going Twitter? What do you think of the upcoming changes?"
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