Business Insider – 2:31 PM ET Today, Facebook launched an ad targeting initiative that aims to take video advertising to the next level, making the social network’s ads available on TV without having to pay a cable or satellite provider.
In addition to TV ads, the company is also adding mobile video, which is currently only available through YouTube.
Facebook’s video ad initiative is the latest move to try to push video ads into the mainstream.
The company’s YouTube video ads are used to reach users in countries where it doesn’t offer a paid subscription.
Facebook recently announced plans to add video ads to the Facebook News Feed, a feature that allows users to watch the latest stories.
While YouTube video is currently available only on the desktop and mobile versions of the service, Facebook is also testing the feature on its mobile apps, and will be rolling out it soon.
While the feature is available in the desktop version of the site, it is only available for users who are signed into Facebook on the mobile app.
The feature will be available to all users at the end of this month.
The new video ad strategy comes as Facebook has been focusing on reaching younger users in an attempt to get advertisers to buy ads on Facebook.
Last month, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg said that the company wants to reach 1 billion people by 2020.
This goal has been met by offering users more video content and the ability to watch videos and videos from other people.
“There is a lot of room for growth for video ads on YouTube, so we are working hard to get them to more people,” Zuckerberg said.
The video ad campaign was introduced earlier this month, and it was part of a larger effort to reach Facebook’s advertisers.
In the past, Facebook has targeted video ads in more specific ways.
The Facebook News feed ad featured in the video ad featured a person who appeared to be holding up a sign saying, “Make it happen” and then posted a link to a Facebook video about it.
Facebook is not offering any other ad types in its ad targeting program.
Facebook launched its video ad program earlier this year and has experimented with it for several months.
Last year, the social networking giant experimented with ads in the Facebook app in a way that showed the ad to users based on the person’s age.
The goal of the video ads was to show users older and more influential Facebook users who would benefit from seeing the ad.
In January, Facebook released a new ad targeting strategy that targeted its most active users.
It was aimed at those users who have a lot more followers and more followers than the average user.
The strategy was designed to help Facebook reach users who might be interested in buying ads on its site.