Promotional placement in the Newsstand tab

The "Newsstand" tab is a feature within the Google News app where users can purchase and acquire content. To be considered for promotional placement within the "Featured content" section of the "Newsstand" tab, you must have an approved Producer edition with business terms in place. If you aren't signed up with Producer, sign up now.

Note: The "Featured content" section in Newsstand is live in the United States, Canada, Germany, Italy, France, the United Kingdom, Australia, India, Argentina, Brazil, Mexico, Bolivia, Chile, Colombia, Venezuela, Uruguay, Peru, Costa Rica, Ecuador, El Salvador, Paraguay, Nicaragua, Guatemala, Honduras, Saudi Arabia, Egypt, Jordan, Kuwait, Lebanon, Oman, Qatar, and the United Arab Emirates.

Nominate your edition for promotion

If you're signed up with Producer and would like to nominate your edition for future promotions, make sure that your content meets our feed and content guidelines. Your edition must adhere to these standards:

  • Content is up-to-date across all sections of your feed
  • All articles, images, and videos are high resolution and render properly
  • No articles or images are duplicated or missing

If your edition meets the above standards, email and include the following information:

  • Your edition's name
  • ID number
  • Countries/regions for promotional consideration
  • Producer link

Occasionally, we run event or short-term seasonal promotions that link to dedicated special sections within an approved edition. Learn how to add a content section to your feed in Producer. We can consider including your special in-edition section for major events in your country/region (such as award shows, sporting events, and more). To get started, contact our team at

Important: We do not guarantee placement. Editions are selected for inclusion based on the timing of a promotion, the quality of the edition's user experience, and relevance to promotional theme. Promotional placement is only considered for the "Featured content" section.

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