Substack recently announced it raised $65M in Series B funding to expand the paid newsletter platform.
Grover raises $71M for consumer electronics subscription biz, Charter pays $19.2M for tricking customers into switching ISPs, USA Today lost 50% of print sales last year.
American Aires, a nanotechnology company that creates products that reduce the effects of electromagnetic radiation, is launching a subscription program.
Microsoft might buy Discord, Cinedigm grows viewership by 208% year-over-year, and YouTube TV tries to grow base with big discounts.
Fortnite developer Epic Games announced it has raised $1 billion in new funding, increasing the company’s valuation to $28.7 billion.
Communications platform Community received a $40M investment from Salesforce Ventures, bringing total raised to date to $90M.
Signet Jewelers, the largest diamond retailer in the world, announced last that it would require subscription box service Rocksbox, expanding its jewelry services business.
After raising $155M in Series F funding, Patreon announced a valuation of $4B, three times the company's valuation six months ago.
Ad wraps for bookazines, new funding for Substack and FCC rules on media cross-ownership are all in the weekly subscription news this week.
Highlights of App Annie's State of Mobile 2021 report, Facebook data breach and the value of a fast website