Weekly Subscription News: Pricing, Peacock and Peloton

Featuring BMW, Washington Post, Barstool Sports and Workday

In this week’s subscription headlines, Peloton stock falls after lowering its subscription app pricing (and after its unpopular ad), The Washington Post debuts a Spanish-language podcast, and Liverpool FC launches premium subscription content on YouTube. Also this week, BMW changes its mind and drops CarPlay annual subscriptions, Workday beats Wall Street estimates, and attorneys general band together and urge FTC to stop deceptive marketing practices.

Peloton Falls After Lowering Subscription App Pricing Package
BNN Bloomberg

BMW Does About-Face, Drops CarPlay Annual Subscription
Ars Technica

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