Weekly Subscription News: MoviePass, More Products and Media Ownership

Featuring YouTube, AT&T, DOJ, FCC, Google and The Guardian

Though this is a short work week, that doesn’t mean the subscription news slows down. In this week’s subscription news, The New York Times reveals new product plans to Reuters, YouTube purges inappropriate content targeting kids and the DOJ uses AT&T’s own argument against its bid to buy Time Warner. Also this week, we’re reading about MoviePass, Google AMP and Amazon’s influencer program.

New York Times to Develop More Products Beyond News Subscriptions
Reuters

MoviePass Launches $6.95 Monthly Plan
PYMNTS.com

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YouTube’s Purge of Inappropriate Content Aimed at Kids Spans Tens of Billions of Views
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DOJ Is Using AT&T’s Own Argument for Buying Time Warner to Try to Stop the Deal
Recode

Google AMP Update to Discourage Publishers from Using ‘Teaser Pages’
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The Guardian Raises More Reader Revenue Than Ad Dollars
Nieman Lab

FCC Relaxes Media Ownership Rules in Contentious Vote
Variety

Amazon Extends Its Influencer Program to Creators on Instagram and Twitter
Tubefilter