Accuracy in Media

In what Twitter reports will be a months-long process, the microblogging platform rolled out new “enhanced branded pages” for several news organizations this week.

The premium pages offer extra design options and content feed controls beyond what is available to the average user.

Twitter, which hopes to follow Facebook with a public stock offering in the future, is banking on the new pages to generate more advertising, which in turn will  make the company more attractive to investors.

Here is a look at couple of the new pages, which feature an image gallery along with increased branding within the page instead of as the background.


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