Facebook launches 'Journalism Project' to deepen relationship with news organizations
Wednesday, 11 January 2017 Social media giant Facebook has launched a new project, aiming to improve its media relations. The venture includes initiatives to help journalists create new features, giving users better and faster access to news.
Today's tech stories that matter include Facebook's new Journalism Project designed to combat fake news, Samsung's Note 7 woes nearing an end and JetBlue's launch of a high-speed Wi-Fi service across its entire fleet.
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In a move to give publishers a brand recognition on its platform, Facebook has released new tools that let media houses display their logos alongside headlines.... BGR India - TechnologyAlso reported by •E-Commerce Times