Signet Jewelers, the largest diamond retailer in the world, announced last that it would require subscription box service Rocksbox, expanding its jewelry services business.
Subscription-Economy Leaders Gravy, Paul Larsen Consulting, and Vindicia to Sponsor Subscription Show 2021
Subscription Insider is delighted to announce that leading subscription economy companies Gravy, Paul Larsen Consulting (PLC), and Vindicia will join Subscription Show 2021 as Gold Sponsors.
The Northeast News in Kansas City, Missouri got the attention of readers when it printed a blank front page and did not answer phones or publish online news for 24 hours.
Today’s subscription providers are plagued by four key pain points that chronically and uniquely challenge their ability to increase retention, lower cost and drive higher profitability: slow payments, payment expenses, poor integration and payment insecurity.
Alden Global Capital has competition in its bid to buy Tribune Publishing. Two businessman and philanthropists have beat their bid by $20 million.
News Corp announced this week that it will be Houghton Mifflin Harcourt's Books & Media division for $349 million in cash.
News Corp announced last week that it will acquire Investor's Business Daily for $275 million. The company will operate as a stand-alone brand under Dow Jones.
In a move reminiscent of MoviePass, publishing platform Medium pivots its business model again, resulting in layoffs and leadership changes.
Verizon Media bets big on Yahoo Plus premium subscriptions including Mail, Finance, Protect and Fantasy.
Over the next few weeks, YouTube is launching a TikTok rival, YouTube Shorts, in the U.S. in beta.