The Beijing ByteDance Technology Co. headquarters stands in Beijing, China, on Thursday, Aug. 17, 2017. The company is best known for a mobile app called Jinri Toutiao, or Today's Headlines, which aggregates news and videos from hundreds of media outlets. In five years, the app has become one of the most popular news services anywhere, with 120 million daily users. Photographer: Giulia Marchi/BloombergThe Beijing ByteDance Technology Co. headquarters stands in Beijing, China, on Thursday, Aug. 17, 2017. The company is best known for a mobile app called Jinri Toutiao, or Today's Headlines, which aggregates news and videos from hundreds of media outlets. In five years, the app has become one of the most popular news services anywhere, with 120 million daily users. Photographer: Giulia Marchi/Bloomberg
The Beijing ByteDance Technology Co. headquarters stands in Beijing, China, on Thursday, Aug. 17, 2017. The company is best known for a mobile app called Jinri Toutiao, or Today's Headlines, which aggregates news and videos from hundreds of media outlets. In five years, the app has become one of the most popular news services anywhere, with 120 million daily users. Photographer: Giulia Marchi/Bloomberg

Popular Chinese news app Jinri Toutiao offers rewards to stories that quash rumours amid government campaign to 'clean up' online content

  • The '100' project will reward 100 best stories at quashing rumours, according to Toutiao

Topic |   Censorship in China
The Beijing ByteDance Technology Co. headquarters stands in Beijing, China, on Thursday, Aug. 17, 2017. The company is best known for a mobile app called Jinri Toutiao, or Today's Headlines, which aggregates news and videos from hundreds of media outlets. In five years, the app has become one of the most popular news services anywhere, with 120 million daily users. Photographer: Giulia Marchi/BloombergThe Beijing ByteDance Technology Co. headquarters stands in Beijing, China, on Thursday, Aug. 17, 2017. The company is best known for a mobile app called Jinri Toutiao, or Today's Headlines, which aggregates news and videos from hundreds of media outlets. In five years, the app has become one of the most popular news services anywhere, with 120 million daily users. Photographer: Giulia Marchi/Bloomberg
The Beijing ByteDance Technology Co. headquarters stands in Beijing, China, on Thursday, Aug. 17, 2017. The company is best known for a mobile app called Jinri Toutiao, or Today's Headlines, which aggregates news and videos from hundreds of media outlets. In five years, the app has become one of the most popular news services anywhere, with 120 million daily users. Photographer: Giulia Marchi/Bloomberg
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