This Week’s Subscription News: Facebook, Fraud & Free HBO

Featuring Bild, The Economist, Recurly, CNN and Slate

This Week’s Subscription News: Facebook

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In this week’s subscription news, Min Online takes us inside The Economist’s plan to conquer America, Recurly launches a fraud management tool for subscription brands, and Wisconsin Natural Resources Magazine gets axed by Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker because the editor was not willing to allow the administration to vet articles prior to publication. Also this week, we are reading about publishing platforms, how Instant Articles can drive subscriptions, and how ad blocking is hurting Slate.

Inside The Economist’s Plan to Conquer America
Min Online

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