Facebook announces its own news platform
Facebook has announced the introduction of its news platform “Bulletin”. Facebook founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg says the decision to introduce the new platform was made in view of the growing number of freelance writers and the ability to make money and run a business through direct contact.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg announced the introduction of the new platform ‘Bulletin’ in a recent audio conference, in which he said that in recent years there has been an increase in the number of freelance writers who interact directly with their readers. We are launching this platform “Bulletin” keeping in view this aspect.
This platform will be especially useful for freelance writers. Facebook will pay all authors who are part of this platform.
Zuckerberg added that Facebook will not deduct any subscription fees at launch and the company will not share in the earnings of its authors, they will be given full ownership of their content.
However, Facebook has not said when or what fees it will charge creators in the future.
“We respect the work of the authors and would like to make it clear that anyone who contributes to us will have full editorial freedom,” the company spokesman said in a statement posted on its Facebook page.
Facebook says the platform is currently being launched with American creators, but a site called ‘Bulletin’ will be available worldwide and will try to add more international names after the beta test. ۔
According to a foreign news agency, Facebook announced in April that it would spend 5 5 million on hiring independent local journalists to write on its new platform.