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In this subscriber-only report, we'll share the state of car subscriptions and the car subscription industry: who's succeeding and who's not.
Learn the key trends your subscription business will need to stay on top of, and more importantly, the strategies you will need to implement in order to minimize their impact.
Subscription Insider has assembled its 2021 subscription predictions for streaming video, streaming audio, subscription boxes and publishing.
Pandemic facilitates nonprofit media boom, Dr. Soon-Shiong reaffirms commitment to LA Times and Hubspot shares customer experience trends.
Personal transportation startup Revel announced it is offering electric bike subscriptions in New York as well as EV charging Superhubs.
After blocking news sharing in Australia, Facebook ended its standoff with the Australian government, after receiving minor concessions.
iHeartMedia is buying Triton Digital for $230 million. The purchase will help secure the company's reign as the top podcast publisher.
Microsoft has developed a new version of Office for commercial and individual users that won't require a Microsoft 365 subscription.
New Statesman grows digital subscriptions 75% in a year, NYT tests digital subscriptions for kids & SiriusXM gives 1M lifetime subscriptions in a settlement.
The top-grossing subscription apps of 2021, 4 retention tips from Mather Economics and the growing popularity of bookazines.
Bloomberg News is laying off 90 staff, primarily in editorial positions, to improve processes and accountability and to elevate editing.
Microsoft supports a proposal by the Australian Parliament to pay publishers for news. Facebook and Google actively oppose the measure.