Following News Sources on Facebook

To follow news sources on Facebook, you can:

  1. Search for the news source you want to follow and click on their Page.
  2. Click the “Follow” button at the top of the Page.
  3. You can also add news sources to your Favorites list by clicking the star icon next to the “Follow” button.

Once you are following a news source, their posts will appear in your News Feed. You can also choose to receive notifications when they post something new. To do this, go to the News Feed Preferences page and click the “Notifications” tab. Under “Pages,” select the news sources you want to receive notifications from.

You can also manage how much news you see in your News Feed by adjusting the “News Feed Priority” setting. To do this, go to the News Feed Preferences page and click the “General” tab. Under “News Feed Priority,” select how much news you want to see compared to other types of content.

Here are some tips for following news sources on Facebook:

  • Follow a variety of news sources from different perspectives to get a well-rounded view of the news.
  • Be aware of the news sources you are following and their reputation. Make sure to follow sources that are known for being reliable and unbiased.
  • Be critical of the news you read on Facebook. Don’t just believe everything you see. Check the facts and do your own research before sharing or believing a news story.

Here are some examples of reputable news sources that you can follow on Facebook:

  • The New York Times
  • The Washington Post
  • The Wall Street Journal
  • The Associated Press
  • Reuters
  • BBC News
  • The Guardian
  • NPR
  • PBS NewsHour
  • Al Jazeera
  • Deutsche Welle
  • The Globe and Mail