Seven signs deal with Facebook

Key Seven brands will appear as daily video content in Facebook.

Seven has announced a major content deal with Facebook.

The partnership, a Facebook first in Australia, will see Seven Studios launch a slate of new original digital series across the Facebook platform, extending the reach of brands including My Kitchen Rules, Home and Away, Better Homes and Gardens, and House Rules..

Matt Apps, Executive Producer and Digital Content Lead, will oversee the initiative for Seven Studios and Amber Brown, from Entertainment and Media Partnerships at Facebook, will lead the rollout.

Seven Studios CEO Therese Hegarty said: “We’re thrilled to be partnering with Facebook and giving fans a deeper interactive experience into the shows that they love.

“Original content from our biggest and best brands will be published daily, providing a major promotional extension for Australia’s most loved shows while complimenting their place on 7 and 7plus.

“The deal will help Seven reach and engage even more people, giving fans more of what they love and giving a boost to our commercial partners.”

Facebook Australia Managing Director William Easton said: “Facebook Watch is a personalised video experience that connects people, where watching is social and interactive. Seven creates premium programming that Australian’s want to talk about and form friendships around. We are excited to invest in content that ignites this type of conversation and connection.

“This partnership will compliment Seven’s TV viewership, offering programming that extends from what was viewed on-air.”

The first content will launch on June 17, 2019.

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  1. If this is like useless ads they have on Facebook then I guess I’ll be saying that I’m not interested in it. I already have made a lot of these ads disappear from my Facebook feed I can easily do the same with some of these channel 7 tv shows. Ugh no thank you Channel 7 I don’t really care for extra content of your shows being on my Facebook feed

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