Facebook is launching a new feature to bridge the gap between social media and journalism. This is a direct result of the work we’re doing through the Facebook Journalism Project. We’re listening to news publishers all over the world to better understand their needs and goals, and collaborating more closely on the development of new products from the beginning of the process. Said the Facebook blog. As a response to accusations it spreads fake news, the social media giant will begin a subscription tool for mobile users. According to Facebook, users will have limited access to articles from certain news organizations. Once they reach their limit users will be prompted to the publisher’s site to pay for a subscription. The following list of media platforms to be available for limited
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Facebook is prioritizing “authentic” content in News Feed with a ranking algorithm change that detects and promotes content “that people consider genuine, and not misleading, sensational, or spammy.” It’s also giving a boost to stories that are going viral in real-time right now that could help it compete with Twitter for in-the-moment news sharing To build the update, Facebook categorized Pages that frequently share inauthentic posts like fake news and clickbaity headlines, or get their posts hidden often. It then used these posts to train an algorithm that detects similar content as its shared in the News Feed. Facebook will now give extra feed visibility to posts that don’t show signs of similarity to inauthentic content. Meanwhile, Facebook wants to more quickly surface big stori