On its own, Facebook was one social media – which studies found – made the average person feel bad about themselves. That is because it’s filled with fakeness; people come online to post pictures and videos filled with filters and air-brushed to make them ‘picture perfect.’ Instagram perfected that by becoming a platform exclusively for pictures and videos taken from one good moment, which are then passed off like it’s a regular thing.
Well, if those studies were right, you (the average Instagram user) are about to get even more sick with Instagram. The Facebook subsidiary is said to be planning on launching YouTube-style video content that will see it ditch the one-minute limit for videos in favor of a one-hour long video.
This news is according to a publication by the Wall Street Journal, which further goes to expound that the social network is currently in talks with creators and producers of the ‘long-form’ videos explicitly designed for Instagram. In part, the journal writes:
“The Facebook Inc.-owned photo and video sharing app is preparing to launch a new feature that will include long-form video, according to people …read more