BuzzFeed will acquire Complex Networks for $300 million and the company announced its plans to go public.
DC Comics extends digital magazine to print; Twitter opens applications to test new content subscription features; and CNN to sell NFTs.
Adobe reported record results for Q2 FY2021, including revenue of $3.84 billion, representing 23% growth year-over-year.
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After a brief delay, Apple Podcasts Subscriptions and channels are now available in 170 countries and regions.
Forbes wants to help marketing partners reach their target audiences using Forbes content through the media company’s new lead generation subscription service, Forbes Demand Engine.
D2C has taken on a complete life and infrastructure of its own. It’s not just the “mom and pop” stores that are selling directly to consumers, like in the early eBay days. Now, even the biggest brands with global retail distribution networks are trying out the direct-to-consumer route.
Netflix has launched a new online store, Netflix.shop, to sell exclusive merchandise inspired by Netflix shows like Yasuke, Eden and Lupin.
Earlier this week, Paramount+ launched an ad-supported streaming tier for $4.99 a month or $49.99 a year.