Weekly Subscription News: Cooking, Crosswords and Campaigns

Featuring Apple, Hellosaurus, Chef Rick Balyess and The Boston Globe

Cooking, crosswords and campaigns dominated the subscription headlines this week. New subscribers of Apple One have already experienced a bug, kidtech company Hellosaurus gets a $3.5 million U.S. investment, and Facebook will starting paying millions to the U.K. media to license news stories. Also this week, Chef Rick Bayless starts a subscription video service to help pay employees, The Boston Globe brings back its ‘Subscribe Sunday’ campaign, and Salesforce is considering an acquisition of Slack.

Some Apple One Subscriptions Appearing as Expired as First Day Users Renew
9to5Mac

Facebook to Pay UK Media Millions to License News Stories
The Guardian

Hellosaurus Snags $3.5 Million U.S. Investment
Kidscreen

Chef Rick Bayless Cooks Up Subscription Video Service to Help Fund Employees
WGN

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