Weekly Subscription News: New Channels, New Features and New Rules

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Weekly Subscription News: New Channels

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If you are tired of political volleyball, check out this weeks subscription headlines. In this weeks news, YouTube TV announces new channels and new features, Facebook wont stop political adv targeting or false claims under the new rules, and Netflix tests cheaper, mobile-only subscriptions. Also this week, Dwell launches a digital subscription as it names a new CEO, Mastercard launches its first music single, and Apple News reportedly expanded 18%, boasting 100 million daily users.

YouTube TV Has New Channels and New Features
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Dwell Launches Digital Subscription, Taps Zach Klein as CEO|
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Mastercard Launches First Music Single at CES, CMO Doubles Down on Sonic Branding

Netflix Tests Cheaper, Mobile-Only Subscriptions
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Facebook Wont Limit Political Ad Targeting or Stop False Claims Under New Rules
The Washington Post

ViacomCBS, Comcast Ink Deal that Includes CBS All Access
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Apple News Expands 18% to 100M Daily Users
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Spotify Is Making More Audience Data Available to Podcast Advertisers
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