Weekly Subscription News: Audi, Axel Springer and Ad Blocking

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In this week’s subscription headlines, Audi is the latest automaker to explore a car subscription, former Tronc chairman Michael Ferro sells his largest share, and the German Supreme Court finds in favor of Adblock Plus. Also this week, Amazon Prime finally reveals subscription totals, AT&T plans to launch a streaming TV service, and Google is launching outstream video ads to play on site other than YouTube.

Audi Mulls a Subscription Service
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Michael Ferro Sells Largest Tronc Share to ‘Chicago Tribune’ Family
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German Supreme Court Dismisses Axel Springer Lawsuit, Says Ad Blocking Is Legal

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AT&T Is Launching a $15 TV Streaming Subscription
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Google Launches Outstream Video Ads to Play on Non-YouTube Sites
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