Samsung launches Access for Mobile subscription for Galaxy S20 series phones with cloud storage, premium care coverage and Microsoft 365.
Google announced it will provide funding for more than 5,300 small & medium-sized local newsrooms from its Journalism Emergency Relief Fund.
PlayStation Now has 2.2 million subscribers, BBC Four could become a global subscription service, and The Atlantic is cutting 17% of staff.
Five on Friday, May 29, 2020: grocery stores are adapting to new shopping trends, beauty boxes are riding the wave of coronavirus, and Meredith launches four new podcasts.
Torstar, publisher of the Toronto Star and TheStar.com has been sold in a deal worth approximately $52 million. The new owners intend to take the company private.
Lisa B. Dubrow, Esq. explains new updates to Vermont’s Automatic Renewal Online Cancellation Provisions which goes into effect on July 1, 2020.
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.
Originally announcing its move to a subscription model on May 6, Wink has delayed the switch indefinitely after receiving significant customer backlash.
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.
TikTok hires Kevin Mayer as its new CEO; BuzzFeed shutds down ops in U.K. and Australia; and Facebook adds Messenger rooms for groups and events.