Subscriptions continue to be impacted by the coronavirus
pandemic, some positively and others negatively. In the last week, Playboy and
Sacramento News & Review suspend publishing, as Google suspends all future
Chrome releases while they are operating with limited staff. In the meantime,
Hulu adds ABC News’ live-streaming channel for all subscribers, and Ranger Rick
offers free digital subscriptions to families, while Starz and Sling TV are
offering free streaming to U.S. consumers are stuck at home.
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Ranger Rick Offers Families Free Digital Subscriptions
Hulu Adds ABC News’ Live-Streaming Channel for All Subscribers, Citing Coronavirus Crisis
‘Playboy,’ ‘Sacramento News & Review’ Suspend Publishing Due To COVID-19
Starz Offering Free Streaming Service Without Subscription
Xbox Game Pass Ultimate Adds Extra In-game Content with New Perks
Sling TV Rolls Out Free Streaming Service to U.S. Consumers Stuck at Home