Dana E. Neuts

Dana Neuts is Subscription Insider's Editorial Director, covering our daily subscription news as well as member features, case studies, premium content, and reports. Dana is also a writer, editor, marketer and communications professional. Her work has appeared in AARP Bulletin, The Seattle Times, Seattle Business, 425 Business, 425 Magazine, South Sound Magazine, Northwest Travel and more. Her specialties include business writing, community news, senior issues, travel and, of course, subscriptions!

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Subscription Headlines Round-Up

We're just five weeks into the new year, and the headlines are getting hotter and hotter. This week Mitt Romney announced he would not be running for the presidency, Brian Williams was caught "misremembering," FCC chairman Tom Wheeler shared his vision for net neutrality, and Twitter launched a new video tool. Here are a few more headlines from the subscription industry, in case you missed them: NBC's Brian Williams Recants Iraq Story After Soldiers Protest Stars and…

Get 5 Decades of Pop Culture FREE with Rolling Stone Now

Last Friday Rolling Stone launched Rolling Stone Now, giving rock and roll lovers and pop culture fans unlimited, free access to its breaking news and archived content. In addition to the archives on its main website, the Rolling Stone Now archive is available on Android and iOS phones and tablets from the Google Play Newsstand. The archives include top articles, political reporting, investigative journalism, iconic photos and a Cover Wall featuring magazine covers dating back to…

Subscription Headlines Round-Up

While the Northeast was digging out from the blizzard, subscription companies around the globe carried on. Here's what happened this week in the subscription industry, in case you missed the headlines: NYT Now Offering Free Access During Northeast Blizzard Subscription Content Condé Nast Unveils Branded Content Shop Powered by Editors Wall Street Journal Sundance: Vimeo, Indiegogo Launch Partnership Variety Get to Know Your Audience: 18 Incredibly Useful Market Research Tools Buffer Social Sling TV, Dish's $20 Web-TV Service, Rolls Out Today. Here's What It's…

4 Digital Media Predictions for 2015

Are you ready? There are some big changes afoot in the media world as big corporations partner up, new players appear on the scene, and consumers demand more innovation and choice. Here are four digital media trends we think you need to keep tabs on this year: Stiff competition: YouTube must strengthen its competitive advantage to maintain its market share in the streaming video space. In addition to rivals like Vimeo, Netflix and Amazon Prime, YouTube…

Jukely Now Offers Unlimited Concerts in NYC & LA for $25/month

Music lovers in New York City and Los Angeles can now get unlimited access to concerts for $25/month through Jukely. In exchange for the monthly price tag, subscribers can get tickets for up to one concert per day. Granted, they won't be Maroon 5 or Katy Perry tickets, but they allow music fans the opportunity see new acts in participating cities. Here's how it works. Tickets are posted to the Jukely website two days before an…

Subscription Headlines Round-Up

Netflix's new plans, a growing millennial media market and USA Today's mobile success are just a few of the subscription industry topics on tap this week. Here is a sampling of what's going on in the subscription world right now: Netflix Accelerates Global Push as U.S. Growth Slows Reuters 5 Things Media Companies Are Doing Wrong with Paid Content INMA U.S. & Canadian Millennials Will Spend $62 Billion on Media in 2015 Subscription Content Time Spent or Time Well Spent - How…