This Week’s Subscription News: Autodesk, Advertising and Apple News

Featuring Chevrolet, Marvel, Dish, the New York Times and Twitter

In this week’s subscription news headlines, Chevrolet partners with Twitter to introduce its first-ever global video subscription content series, Marvel joins Comixology for all-you-can-read subscription comics, and some New York Times subscribers cancel their subscription over a climate change column. Also, in this week’s subscription news, we’re reading about DISH, Apple, Apple News and Rupert Murdoch.

Chevrolet Introduces First-Ever Global Video Subscription Content Series on Twitter
General Motors

Marvel Joins Comixology Unlimited Subscription Service
Entertainment Weekly

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