Weekly Subscription News Round-up for June 3

The hottest topics in the subscription industry featuring NAA, Politico and Apple

In this week’s subscription headlines, Vanity Fair asks if anyone is saving the New York Times from itself, Apple contemplates a push into the media arena, and the NAA fights ad blockers with FTC complaint and an investigation request. Get those headlines and more featuring SaaS, faster payments, compliance management, digital payments, and subscription processors.

Can Anyone Save the New York Times from Itself?
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