Weekly Subscription News: Ads, Acquisitions and Animation

Featuring Warner Music, FX, Financial Times and Rooster Teeth

In this week’s subscription headlines, The Verge reports that Amazon is working on a new Prime Video interface for mobile, Tableau’s transition to the subscription model is working, and Apple’s Tim Cook drops hints about Apple’s plans for video. Also this week, Warner Music acquires Uproxx, FX makes its ad-free FX+ platform available to all subscribers, and Rooster Teeth creates a $2.5 million development fund for animation creators.

Amazon Is Working on a New Prime Video Interface
The Verge

Warner Music Group Acquires Uproxx

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Tableau Software’s Q2 Results Suggest Its Business Transition Is Succeeding
Fox Business

FX Makes Its Ad-Free FX+ Platform Available to All of its Subscribers

The Financial Times Creates Audience Mapping Tool to Boost Repeat Ad Sales

Tim Cook Dropped Some Tantalizing Hints about Apple’s Video Plans

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The New York Times

Rooster Teeth Creates $2.5 Million Development Fund for Animation Creators