Weekly Subscription News: AT&T, Uber and Electric Vehicles

Featuring Rent the Runway, YouTube Music, Gatehouse and Gannett

Weekly Subscription News: AT&T

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In this weeks subscription headlines, weve got everything from operational failures to technology wins for publishers. Here are few of the weeks highlights: Rent the Runway stopped accepting new subscribers because of warehouse issues and delayed orders, YouTube Music replaces Google Play Music on Android devices, and GateHouse and Gannett passed a key regulatory hurdle. Also this week, Uber is adding more services, AT&T vows to hang onto DirecTV despite subscriber losses, and Rachael Ray Everyday is going to a quarterly, newsstand-only magazine.

Vice Media to Buy Digital Publisher Refinery29

YouTube Music Will Now Come Pre-Installed on Android Devices

Washington Post Licenses Its Publishing Technology to BP

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GateHouse-Gannett Newspaper Deal Clears US Antitrust Review
Associated Press

AT&T Vows to Keep DirecTV Despite Losing Millions of Subscribers
Ars Technica

Uber Adds More Services to Its App in Its Quest for Profit
Seattle Times

Canoo Announces First Ever Subscription-Only Electric Vehicle
Cool Hunting

Rachael Ray Everyday to Become Newsstand Only Quarterly
Publishing Daily