Weekly Subscription News: Print, Pressure and Promo Codes

Featuring YouTube, Adobe, RingCentral and the NBA

In this week’s subscription news round-up, YouTube pledges $100 million to a multiyear fund to amplify the voices of Black creators, and the Glasgow (Kentucky) Daily Times is ending its print edition and going online only. Also this week, the Dallas Morning News is testing promo codes specific to reporters for readers who aren’t sure they want to subscribe, RingCentral is in a strong position as working from anywhere grows in popularity, and the NBA might lock reporters into its Disney bubble if they want to cover professional basketball.

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YouTube Launches $100 Million, Multiyear Fund to Amplify Voices of Black Creators
Tubefilter

Glasgow (Kentucky) Daily Times to End Print Edition, Going Online Only
Louisville Courier Journal

Adobe Gains as Creative Cloud Strength Overshadows Ad Pressures
TheStreet

Dallas Morning News Tests Reporter-Specific Promo Codes for Readers on the Fence
Nieman Lab

RingCentral Positioned for Growth in Work from Anywhere Era
Forbes

Gannett Closes The Edinburg Review and Valley Town Crier Along Mexican Border
Rio Grande Guardian

The NBA Might Lock Reporters Inside Its Disney ‘Bubble’ for 3.5 Months
Daily Beast

‘Outside’ Launches Contribution Model to Support Digital Site
Publishers Daily

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