As a product manager for the newsfeed, I would analyze user data to make an informed decision. First, I would identify the key metrics that are important to the success of the newsfeed, such as user engagement, time spent on the platform, and user satisfaction. Then, I would look at how much video content and event content are currently being shown in the newsfeed and how users are interacting with that content. If I find that users are more engaged with video content and spend more time on the platform when they watch videos, then I would recommend showing more videos in the newsfeed. On the other hand, if user data indicates that users are more interested in events, then I would suggest showing more events. It's important to note that this decision shouldn't be made solely based on data. We should also consider the overall goals of the product and the company's mission. For example, if the company's mission is to connect people and foster communities, then showing more events in the newsfeed may align better with that goal. Ultimately, the decision should be based on a combination of data analysis, product goals, and company mission. It's important to continually monitor user engagement and adjust the balance of video and event content as needed to ensure that the newsfeed is meeting the needs and interests of users.