Facebook Watch is available everywhere — giving people around the world a new way to discover great videos and interact with friends, creators and other fans.

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Today Fidji Simo, Head of Video at Facebook announced that making Facebook Watch is available globally and offers:

  • A place to discover new videos: Find the latest videos spanning entertainment, sports, news and more — all in your personalized Watch feed.
  • A way to catch up with creators and publishers you love: At the top of your Watch feed you’ll see your Watchlist, a collection of recent videos from Pages you follow. Customize this section by following more Pages or removing Pages from your follow list within Watch.
  • A home for your saved videos: If you see a video in News Feed but don’t have time to watch it right away, you can save it to watch later in Watch.
  • Videos you can participate in: We’re building new video experiences that put people at the center, giving them the ability to shape the direction of the content. Over time you’ll be able to find new video experiences in your Watch feed, like Watch Parties, Premieres, and videos focused on audience participation — like the new trivia game show, Confetti. And we’ll make it easier to find live videos so you can discuss the big moments as they’re happening.

He also announced that Facebook is…

expanding our Ad Breaks program so more partners can make money from their videos, and we’re offering new insights, tools and best practices for Pages in Creator Studio.

Look for the Watch icon in your shortcuts bar or the “More” bookmark or find Watch on Apple TV, Samsung Smart TV, Amazon Fire TV, Android TV, Xbox One, and Oculus TV.

Facebook Watch 2018 infographic