Facebook working on way to charge for reading news articles


Campbell Brown detailed Facebook's plans to work with news publishers in a blog post highlighting the company's Journalism Project, launched in January to help newsrooms present their news products and offer training.

The details of this novelty were not disclosed at the conference of 18 July 2017 and it will have to wait for the outcome of the test phase, in particular the figures of subscriptions, to see if the system will be generalised, or if Facebook and its partners will have to imagine something else.

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Instant Articles is now totally free but the media would not have found their account.

The new incentive is expected to restore the credibility of traditional news sites that have been destroyed with massive claims of fake news and unusual facts. According to The Street, Facebook will put up a paywall that will enable users to subscribe to the news-based service after accessing the first 10 free articles.

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For consistency across the platform, the number of 10 articles or news stories would be fixed for all publishers, despite them having different established rules on their websites. However, it's unclear how Facebook will support the first-class publishers or assist in boosting these publishers' income streams. A paywall is under construction in Facebook's Instant Articles section, where the social network has agreements with select outlets to publish directly to the platform, according to a story initially published online at TheStreet. The trials will start in October this year. "We are in early talks with several news publishers about how we might better support subscription business models on Facebook", said Brown.

Tuesday, 18 July 2017, at a conference held in NY, the social network of Menlo Park has announced a radical change in his policy: the introduction of a paid service.

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So, to control the Fake News on the social networking site, Facebook said it has tried hitting propagandists in the wallet by limiting spammers access to buying ads that would otherwise finance their operations.