Washington: Facebook may start hosting content from major publishers across the Web from this month, reports ANI.

According to engadget.com, the new feature is called Instant Articles wants to help publishers speed up article and videos load time for users accessing content via Facebook. Some of the publishers include Buzzfeed, The New York Times and National Geographic. Facebook is using a revenue model that will allow publishers to keep 100 percent of what they earn from ads they themselves sell, as well as 70 percent of the revenues from ads Facebook sells for them.

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