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Welcome to Full Circle, CNN's live, night->> CNN's Anderson Cooper, Shepard Smith of Fox News, and Univision's Jorge Ramos, all coming to Facebook this summer. As the social media giant tries to improve the quality of news on its platform, Reuters Correspondent, David Ingram.>> Anderson Cooper's gonna do this from his regular CNN studio, and it's gonna be in addition to all of his other CNN duties.
Apparently, all these anchors still have time in their day to do yet another show, these are all going to be Facebook shows. The terms were not disclosed, but these are big name anchors and big name news organizations. That would not be doing deals with Facebook, if Facebook were not paying them something that they thought was a fair rate.
>> The shows are for Facebook's video service, Watch, and other programs. Including one by ABC News, will also be produced for Facebook. The tech giant says, the shows will experiment with social media features, such as polls.>> News has been a really tricky area for Facebook, because of the proliferation of fake news and hoaxes.
This is a chance for Facebook to put more high-quality news into Facebook. It's also a chance for Facebook to maybe get a bigger share of the ad revenue pie.>> Facebook has had a rocky relationship with news organizations as it piles up advertising profits, while paying little for content.
But news executives express satisfaction with the latest arrangement. Facebook also made sure it had a wide range of views represented. Expect the first shows to hit your Facebook feed by the end of this summer.>> Number 20 has been gushing lava.