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Vermont Updates Automatic Renewal Online Cancellation Provisions

Lisa B. Dubrow, Esq. explains new updates to Vermont’s Automatic Renewal Online Cancellation Provisions which goes into effect on July 1, 2020.
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Tribune Publishing Continues to Make Cuts as Alden Global Capital Tightens Its Grip

At their annual shareholders' meeting last week, Tribune Publishing elected two directors from Alden Global Capital to its board, further tightening the firm's grip on the publisher.
Wink Customers Outraged at Unexpected Switch to Subscription Model

Wink Delays Subscription Move Indefinitely After Customer Backlash

Originally announcing its move to a subscription model on May 6, Wink has delayed the switch indefinitely after receiving significant customer backlash.
Netflix to close dormant subscriptions

Netflix to Cancel Inactive Streaming Video Subscriptions

Netflix is canceling streaming video subscriptions that have been inactive for more than a year. Subscribers should watch for an email or in-app message from Netflix if their accounts have been dormant.

NPR Gets $4.7 Million Grant from Former Google CEO Eric Schmidt and Wife Wendy

Eric and Wendy Schmidt made a $4.7 million grant to NPR for the Collaborative News Network, which will create regional newsrooms across the U.S.

Meredith Corp Reports Loss of $289.4M from Continuing Operations in Q3 FY2020

In its third quarter earnings report, Meredith Corp reports a 6% reduction in revenue due to portfolio changes and COVID-19 impacts.
Headspace is offering free one-year subscriptions to U.S. workers who are unemployed or furloughed.

Headspace Offers Free Subscriptions to U.S. Workers Who Are Unemployed or Furloughed

Mindfulness and meditation app Headspace is offering free one-year subscriptions to U.S. workers who are unemployed or furloughed.

Quartz to Lay Off 80 Employees and Emphasize Membership Model

Business news site Quartz is laying off 80 employees and emphasizing its membership model as part of a larger restructuring.
Weekly Subscription News Round-Up

Weekly Subscription News: At-Home Delivery, Free Music and Extortion

Weekly Subscription News, May 16, 2020: Quibi puts free content on YouTube to grow subscribers, Wink charged with extortion, and Canva adds 15 times more content to Pro subscription.
Five on Friday, May 15, 2020

Five on Friday: Online Shopping, Coffee Subscriptions and DTC Jobs

Five on Friday, May 15, 2020 includes jobs at NBA League Pass, Roku's huge increase in viewership and the trend to online shopping subscriptions.

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