Weekly Subscription News: AMI, Acquisitions and Android Developers

Featuring Sinemia, Financial Times, NBCUniversal and The Wall Street Journal

Weekly Subscription News: AMI

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In this week’s subscription headlines, Sinemia finds a way to reach non-subscribers – through movie ticket discounts, AMI shuts down some of its publications, and the Financial Times acquires a majority interest in The Next Web. Also this week, The Wall Street Journal hires more newsroom staff, NBCUniversal licenses hundreds of movies and TV episodes to Tubi, and BuzzFeed experiments with a printed newspaper in New York City – for a day.

Sinemia Offers Non-Subscribers Movie Ticket Discounts

AMI Shutters Pubs, Spirited Media Puts Sites Up For Sale
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Financial Times Acquires Majority Interest in The Next Web
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