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Facebook launches project to improve ties with news media

Globe and Mail Wednesday, 11 January 2017
As part of the new project, Facebook says it will focus on improving its current storytelling formats such as Live, 360, and Instant Articles
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Facebook has announced a new initiative called the Journalism Project, to train journalists how to best use Facebook for reporting and to assist the public in identifying misinformation. The initiative is far from the social media platform's initial stance, which had downplayed the impact of "fake...

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