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28/03/2011 by

A Look Inside Facebook Headquarters

Facebook is slowly consuming more and more of our time spend on the internet. A massive active culture and a great insight have motivated MTV to try and get a closer look at Facebook, not online, but at the actual company.

In the documentary, MTV promises to answer questions like, what does it take to run a social-networking site that five-hundred million users rely on and obsess over? Who are the people working to keep your Facebook page not only up and running but constantly innovating and transforming? No one other than Mark Zuckerberg will answer the questions.

The episode is a part of MTV’s Diary series, which gives viewers an intimate view of an artist’s/cultural figure’s life. Mark Zuckerberg, who didn’t contribute to the making of The Social Network, will give insights for the first time about the Facebook’s culture and evolution, as well as day-in-the-life journeys with a technical engineer named Pedram and a consumer-marketing employee named Erin, as they work to pioneer new applications and bring together users whose lives have been changed through the site.

MTV pledges that they viewers will walk away with an intimate look at the personalities and day-to-day dealings of one of the world’s most talked-about companies and social platforms. MTV will broadcast the “Diary of Facebook” on Wednesday, March 30. 

Facebook’s Headquarters is currently at Palo Alto which they moved to in May 2009. A little over longer than two years was needed to outgrow the office. In June 2011, Facebook will move to an even more spacious office in Melo Park.

Source: @ericditzian


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