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Why Twitter dissolved its live video team

By Bloomberg
06 June 2018   |   10:07 am
Twitter Inc. has dissolved its live-video team and consolidated the unit into its content partnerships team, in a move the company said is part of a broader reorganization that will make it easier to put together future deals.

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