Steve Dempsey: Twitter’s upcoming entry into digital video is something that the social media giant cannot afford to get wrong
Twitter’s new year’s resolution is to roll out its own native video platform. It has been on the cards since November, when one of Twitter’s head honchos promised that users would be able to record, edit and share their own videos natively on the website by early 2015.
But the plot thickened last week, when a Twitter user stumbled over a mysterious web page that seemed to give more details.
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