This file photo taken on February 24, 2016 shows the "Facebook" logo pictured on the sidelines of a press preview of the so-called "Facebook Innovation Hub" in Berlin on February 24, 2016. AFP / TOBIAS SCHWARZ
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Facebook Tuesday announced a $3 million pilot project aimed at helping U.S. newspapers boost paid digital subscriptions.Facebook recently took steps to enable publishers to encourage paid subscriptions directly from the social network, moving away from prior requirements that news organizations offer free content in links from Facebook.Facebook said it is working in the project with the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, Boston Globe, Chicago Tribune, Dallas Morning News, Denver Post, Miami Herald, Minneapolis Star Tribune, Omaha World-Herald, Philadelphia Inquirer, Seattle Times, San Francisco Chronicle, The Tennessean and Newsday.
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