1. Google might start paying news publishers for content  The Verge
  2. Google might finally pay news outlets for their content  Engadget
  3. Google in talks with French publishers on paying for news  Financial Times
  4. Google May Start Paying For News  Forbes
  5. Google in talks with publishers to pay for displaying news  Livemint
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A Wall Street Journal report suggests that Google is looking to pay news publishers to license their content. It’s unclear whether this is for a new product or just a new way to model its News feature.It’s potentially to fight fake news.

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The internet behemoth would pay a licensing fee for content that would be used in a premium news product, the Wall Street Journal reported.The internet behemoth would pay a licensing fee for content that would be used in a premium news product, the Wall Street Journal reported.

Google In Talks With Publishers to Pay for Premium News Content: WSJ

“.@Google in Talks to Pay Publishers for News The search giant is in talks with some publishers about paying a fee for content that would be part of a news product @WSJ what journos should be talking about”

Gianni Riotta on Twitter: ".@Google in Talks to Pay Publishers for News The search giant is in talks with some publishers about paying a fee for content that would be part of a news product @WSJ what journos should be talking about"

“News: Google is in talks to pay publishers for content in a premium news product, sources say”

Ben Mullin on Twitter: "News: Google is in talks to pay publishers for content in a premium news product, sources say"

“Google is reportedly in early talks to pay publishers for their news content. Why this matters: News orgs have wanted Google to pay them for years, but it has resisted. Also of note: Most of the publishers are outside the US. https://t.co/uzkNT2F33q”

Elana Zak on Twitter: "Google is reportedly in early talks to pay publishers for their news content. Why this matters: News orgs have wanted Google to pay them for years, but it has resisted. Also of note: Most of the publishers are outside the US. https://t.co/uzkNT2F33q"

“Google reportedly could follow Facebook in paying publishers for content but this time it's for a premium offering. Will it be called Google News+? https://t.co/2t9CBhUxvz”

Ken Yeung on Twitter: "Google reportedly could follow Facebook in paying publishers for content but this time it's for a premium offering. Will it be called Google News+? https://t.co/2t9CBhUxvz"

A deal would apply only to news products like the Google News vertical, not general web content queries.News executives have been calling on Facebook and Google to pay for the rights to host their articlesA deal would apply only to news products like the Google News vertical, not general web content queries.News executives have been calling on Facebook and Google to pay for the rights to host their articles

Google in talks with publishers to pay for displaying news

WASHINGTON (REUTERS) - Alphabet Inc's Google is in talks with publishers on paying a licensing fee for content that would be packaged in a premium news product, the Wall Street Journal reported, citing people familiar with the matter.. Read more at straitstimes.com.United States News -WASHINGTON (REUTERS) - Alphabet Inc's Google is in talks with publishers on paying a licensing fee for content that would be packaged in a premium news product, the Wall Street

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