Updated February 08, 2018 06:04:26 Australia’s “social media” revolution has hit small TV makers, with the rise of YouTube and Twitter as the most popular platforms for the most engaged consumers.
The social media platforms, which allow consumers to share their content and socialise with each other, have made social media a key revenue driver for TV brands and a key way to drive growth for businesses.
The trend has prompted some major TV brands to embrace social media.
Viacom is one of them.
VIA Media and Media One are two of the biggest players in the Australian TV space and are both owned by Viacomo, the world’s biggest media group.
The networks recently launched a new social media platform called VICAMP, which is aimed at “building the brand and network” of VIAMedia.
VICAMENTAL The new platform has a “social” component and will allow viewers to “pinpoints and share their VIA content” on the platform.
The new feature is aimed primarily at “the social media revolution”, according to a press release.
It will be launched on Thursday and will be available to viewers in Australia, New Zealand, South Africa and Singapore.
The VICAMI app, launched in January, lets viewers share their social media accounts and videos with other users.
Viamental is the latest venture from the small TV companies.
Media One, which owns Nine, Ten and Seven, announced earlier this year it would be launching a new channel in 2019.
VICTORIA VIA has been working with other small TV broadcasters to build a “digital strategy” that includes a focus on social media, and VIATV will also be working with smaller broadcasters, like SBS, to develop social media strategy.
VIOLET, which will launch in 2019, is the biggest TV broadcaster in Australia.
Violet is owned by Fairfax Media, which also owns News Corp. and Fairfax Media is a part of Viacomi.
VIE’s social media app has been used by some TV channels to promote upcoming programs, including the ABC’s The Good Wife.
The app is also used by a number of major broadcasters to promote new shows.
VIONA, which was launched in 2019 and is the third TV network in Australia to embrace the social media trend, has already created a number on-air personalities and has launched a number social media channels.
Viona TV is a brand that is also a part-owned by Viamen and Media Group.
VIVA TV has a social media presence and a video content platform, which can be used to engage with its audiences.
VIXON, which has been in operation since 2018, is another small TV channel that is part owned by SBS.
It is also launching a social TV app in 2019 called VIXO, which lets viewers find content and share it on Vixon.
Vixo will also allow users to connect with other viewers.
VIRGINIA-owned ITV has also taken the social social media path, with its app launching in 2020.
The ITV app allows viewers to share content with each others and it also allows viewers and viewers to connect through social networks.
ITV is also expanding its presence on social platforms to include Snapchat.
The company is also in talks with some of the bigger TV broadcasters and media companies about the launch of a social video app.
WESTERN SOUTH AUSTRALIA While small TV networks have been successful in the social video space, there is still room for growth for big broadcasters.
It seems likely that Viacam and SBS will remain the dominant players in social media and digital video content for a long time.
As such, we are likely to see the next generation of TV networks embracing social media as the new platform of choice for their viewers.