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Facebook is testing burying posts from media outlets in a separate News Feed — unless they pay (FB)

Business Insider Monday, 23 October 2017
Facebook is testing burying posts from media outlets in a separate News Feed — unless they pay (FB)· *Facebook is currently testing a change that would force news publishers to pay for posts they make to their Facebook Pages to be show in users' News Feed.*
· *In six countries, posts made on Facebook Pages are now shown in a separate Explore tab, while the** main News Feed only shows posts from friends, ads, and posts...
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Facebook’s news feed could soon become two feeds. The platform is currently testing a split news feed that separates friends from Pages. Rather than the traditional news feed mixing posts for both followed friends, groups and pages, the tested feature would create one news feed with posts from...

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