Weekly Subscription News: Data, Deals and Disney

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Weekly Subscription News: Data

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As the holidays draw closer, the subscription economy is abuzz with discounted products and services, promotional offers and plans for the New Year. Here are other subscription stories in the news this week: Time Warner’s HBO hits its highest quarterly growth in 13 years, the Android Guys say Google’s Play Store will win the battle of the app store, and data reveals that publishers are buying more facetime on Facebook. We’re also reading about taxing Netflix, profitability for Spotify and ThredUp subscription boxes. 

Time Warner’s HBO Hits Highest Quarterly Growth in 13 Years
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