Facebook launches the news content platform Bulletin


Facebook launched the Bulletin newsletter platform, which is an independent platform for free and paid articles and podcasts aimed at competing with Substack, as CEO Mark Zuckerberg announced the platform, which is broadcast live via the site of the same name, and some writers presented The company recruited them into a live audio room on Facebook.


And pay for Facebook to compete in the direction of newsletters fast-growing via email, where he left journalists and writers prominent media companies over the past year to strike on their own and is considered publishing self - platform Substack leader in helping the book on the sale of e - subscriptions mail, attracted journalists cash advances, competing technology companies Others are also in the field, including Twitter, which has acquired newsletter platform Revue.


Facebook said it would not take part of the originators of revenues Bulletin at all and can creators choose their own subscription prices, which launches the platform with a number of personalities and writers prominent, including presenter sports Erin Andrews, author Malcolm Gladwell and the star of "Cuir Aye" Tan France.


The social network has had a turbulent relationship with the news industry, which culminated in February after a standoff with the Australian government overpaying news outlets for content. In the wake of the conflict, Facebook pledged to invest $1 billion in the news industry globally over the next three years.


The company said articles and podcasts will also be available through the Facebook News Feed and through the Facebook News section. We've created Bulletin on a separate website to enable creators to grow their audience in ways that don't rely exclusively on Facebook, the company said.


Facebook said it was launched primarily with US creators and was not accepting new content creators at this time, but it said Bulletin is available worldwide and will look to add more international names after beta testing.


Facebook launched Bulletin newsletter product, a standalone platform for free and paid articles and podcasts aimed at competing with Substack. Live audio on Facebook.


And pay for Facebook to compete in the direction of newsletters fast-growing via email, where he left journalists and writers prominent media companies over the past year to strike on their own and is a self-publishing platform Substack leader in helping the book on the sale of subscriptions email, it has attracted journalists cash advances, competing companies Another technology is also in the field, including Twitter, which has acquired newsletter platform Revenue.


Facebook said it won't take a portion of Bulletin's creator revenue at launch and creators can choose their own subscription prices.


The social network has had a turbulent relationship with the news industry, which culminated in February after a standoff with the Australian government overpaying news outlets for content. In the wake of the conflict, Facebook pledged to invest $1 billion in the news industry globally over the next three years.


The company said articles and podcasts will also be available through the Facebook News Feed and through the Facebook News section. "We've created Bulletin on a separate website to enable creators to grow their audience in ways that don't rely exclusively on Facebook," the company said.


Facebook said it was launched primarily with US creators and was not accepting new content creators at this time, but it said Bulletin is available worldwide and will look to add more international names after beta testing.

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