Since the pandemic hit the U.S., consumer habits have changed, including how we watch subscription TV. Here we look at trends and the future.

Streaming Wars: How the Pandemic Has Changed How We Watch and Subscribe to TV (Part 2 of 2)

In Part 2 of "Streaming Wars," we examine SVOD tests and trends, and we consider the future of streaming with the help of Rameez Tase, CEO and co-founder of ANTENNA.
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Five on Friday, Aug. 28, 2020: Acquisition, Retention and Designing a Subscription Model

Five on Friday: Customer Acquisition, Retention and Revenue Share

Publishers want Apple to give them the same deal Amazon gets, what to consider when designing a subscription model, and the future of gaming.
Since the pandemic hit the U.S., consumer habits have changed, including how we watch subscription TV. Here we look at trends and the future.

Streaming Wars: How the Pandemic Has Changed How We Watch and Subscribe to TV (Part 1 of 2)

Since the pandemic hit the U.S., consumer habits have changed, including how we watch subscription TV. Here we look at trends and the future.
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Subscription Insider is uniquely focused on the business of subscriptions.

Subscription Insider is uniquely focused on the business of subscriptions.
We deliver the information, training and research that subscription entrepreneurs, executives, and their teams need to support improved decision making, skills, and profitability.
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Weekly Subscription News: Acquisitions, Anime and the App Store

This week, Facebook fights Apple on App Store fees, Oracle may bid on TikTok, and MLB.tv may be issuing $200M+ in refunds.
Five on Friday: Digital Growth, Doubling Value and Driving Traffic

Five on Friday: Digital Growth, Doubling Value and Driving Traffic

Apple is now valued at $2 trillion, TIME reports strong digital growth in Q2, and ESPN+ raises its price and adds more content.
During Disney's Q3 earnings call, CEO Bob Chapek announced 'Mulan,' the live action film, would debut on Disney Plus on Sept. 4 for $29.99.

‘Mulan’ to Debut on Disney Plus September 4 for an Extra $29.99

During Disney's Q3 earnings call, CEO Bob Chapek announced 'Mulan,' the live action film, would debut on Disney Plus on Sept. 4 for $29.99.
Weekly Subscription News: Bugs, Boxes and Bucks

Weekly Subscription News: Video Podcasts, Price Testing and Popularity

DC Universe ends annual subscription plan, Misfits Market raises $85M, and Spotify rolls out video podcasts for a few select shows.
Five on Friday, July 17, 2020: Peacock, Paid Membership and Podcast Ad Revenue Predictions

Five on Friday: Peacock, Paid Memberships and Podcast Ad Revenue Predictions

Cosmpolitan launches a paid membership program, Walmart is hit with a lawsuit for alleged data breach and experts predict $1B in podcast ad revenue in 2020.
Google Play Pass announces upgrades to the Android alternative to Apple Arcade, including new games and apps, an annual subscription plan and new markets.

Google Play Pass Adds New Games, Apps and an Annual Plan

Google Play Pass announces upgrades to the Android alternative to Apple Arcade, including new games and apps, an annual subscription plan and new markets.
Weekly Subscription News: Bugs, Boxes and Bucks

Weekly Subscription News: Connected Services, Cash App and Content

BMW explores in-car subscriptions for smart, connected services; Sony sued by game developer for royalties; and Cash App might be worth more than Square.

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