Discovering News on Instagram
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Since launching video on Instagram back in June, we’ve seen the many creative ways Instagrammers have used video to express themselves. From a hand-drawn time-lapse artist to a sci-fi TV show series, this community continues to astound us.
Lately we’ve seen media broadcasters—both traditional and non-traditional—experimenting with video to share news and information right here on Instagram.
NowThis News (@nowthisnews) is among those leading the charge. The NowThisNews crew teamed up with Newark Mayor and U.S. Senate-candidate Cory Booker for an Instagram video interview series.
CNN (@CNN) recently launched a 15-second debates micro-site as part of its German elections coverage. The project asks German political parties to answer reporter questions in 15-seconds or less to be shared on Instagram.
For #NPRDumplingWeek, NPR (@NPR) teamed up with chefs to post fun, instructional videos to teach their community how to make Shumai, Manti, Tortellini, and Potstickers.
CBS This Morning (@CBSthismorning) has been using time-lapse to experiment with delivering followers 15-second newscasts, including this one documenting efforts to salvage a massive cruise ship.
We’re always excited to see new ways Instagrammers are using video and we’re excited to see what comes next.