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Facebook might start holding singing competitions among its users

8/2/2018 9:52:02 AMVisitors: 746

<p><strong>Facebook </strong>appears to be working on a talent show feature that would have users record themselves singing and then submitting their videos for critique. In the app&rsquo;s code, <strong>researcher Jane Manchun Wong</strong> spotted an interface that would let users choose a popular song and then record themselves singing it.</p> <p>The feature might let users compete against each other in a talent show of sorts, and allow talent singers another platform to get discovered on. Wong notes on <strong>Twitter </strong>that the feature looks to be locked to Facebook Pages, so it might only be page administrators that can initiate a talent show.</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p><strong>Competition to Musical.ly</strong></p> <p>The spotted code gives a hint as to what Facebook had in mind in March when it inked a music licensing deal with Warner, adding to its deals with the other two major labels, <strong>Universal </strong>and <strong>Sony</strong>. <strong>Facebook </strong>said at the time that it would look at more ways to integrate music onto the platform and this &ldquo;<strong>Talent Show</strong>&rdquo; feature looks to be one of them.</p> <p>In June, <strong>Facebook </strong>launched a feature called<strong> Lip Sync Live</strong>, a direct competitor to the lip-syncing app <strong>Musical.ly</strong>. <strong>Lip Sync</strong> Live lets you start lip-syncing to a song while live-streaming, and gives viewers the option of seeing the artist and song name and following the artist. The feature incorporated music covered by the licensing deals, like &ldquo;<strong>Havana</strong>&rdquo; by <strong>Camila Cabello</strong>.</p> <p>Of course, just because it showed up in code, it does not necessarily mean <strong>Facebook </strong>will fully roll this out, but it&rsquo;s a good glimpse at what the company wants to experiment with.</p>

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