This Week’s Subscription Headlines: Big Bucks, Big Deals and Brexit

Featuring Loot Crate, Funko, Instant Articles and Google AMP

Big bucks, big deals and Brexit are all in the subscription news headlines this week. In addition, YouTube says it is in investment mode, not profitability mode; nerd boxes Loot Crate and Funko fuel another subscription box boom; and Facebook’s Instant Articles and Google AMP are actually making it harder, not easier, to publish to the web.

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