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If Australia passes legislation that would require Big Tech companies like Facebook and Google to pay publishers to distribute portions of their content, Facebook has said that it would block users in that country from sharing news on its platform.
9/1/20 03:59 PM
Without question, Facebook has had a significant impact on your local newspaper operations, subscriptions and relationship with your readers. In this session, we will dive into the current state of affairs, discuss what your audiences want and share insights on how you can leverage social platforms.
9/1/20 01:27 PM
September 24 webinar:
Without question, Facebook has had a significant impact on your local newspaper operations, subscriptions and relationship with your readers. In this session, we will dive into the current state of affairs, discuss what your audiences want and share insights on how you can leverage social platforms. Learn more and register
9/1/20 01:27 PM
Congress is right to pursue stronger regulation of dominant tech platforms, The Seattle Times wrote in an editorial this week. Saying "Congress is doing a tremendous service by scrutinizing the excessive, harmful market power of online platforms such as Google and Facebook," the paper's editorial board called on Congress to restore fair competition, help sustain the free press and nurture a diversity of news sources for voters and communities across the nation.
By The Seattle Times editorial board |
8/11/20 03:19 PM
The House Judiciary Antitrust Subcommittee will question the CEOs of the Big Tech platforms on Wednesday, July 29, about their dominance of the digital marketplace. View the livestream hearing beginning at Noon EDT, here
7/28/20 03:28 PM
Facebook and Google will be forced to share advertising revenue with Australian media companies after Australia's treasurer, Josh Frydenberg, instructed the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission to develop a mandatory code of conduct for the digital giants amid a steep decline in advertising brought on by the coronavirus pandemic.
4/21/20 02:22 PM
The Facebook Journalism Project has announced an additional $100 million investment to support the news industry — $25 million in emergency grant funding for local news through the Facebook Journalism Project, and $75 million in additional marketing spend to move money over to news organizations around the world.
By Campbell Brown, vice president, global news partnerships, Facebook Journalism Project |
3/30/20 11:26 AM
USA TODAY has expanded its fact-checking efforts in a new partnership with Facebook to identify misinformation
3/13/20 02:50 PM
The SNPA and Inland Facebook pages will disappear at the end of January. All new postings are taking place on our new Facebook page. Check out the stories you missed the last few days there and start following our new America's Newspapers page.
12/12/19 09:49 PM
Have you LIKED us on Facebook yet? Are you following us on Twitter? Have you joined our LinkedIn network? Join our social sites and help us champion the newspaper industry!
11/8/19 11:08 AM
The social media giant is set to roll out the first phase of its news section today. The new page will give allow users to read headlines and stories from news organizations, a select number of which will be paid licensing fees.
10/24/19 03:57 PM