Google has been fined $593M by France's Competition Authority for failing to negotiate in good faith with publishers and news agencies.
Bloomberg Media tests subscriber-only content; Bally Sports direct-to-consumer estimated to attract 4.4M subscribers & $2B; Google delays cookie removal.
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Five on Friday: Senate proposes Unsubscribe Act, 5 Ways to Use Canva, and 3 Strategies for Growing Digital Revenue.
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.
Five on Friday, June 4, 2021: postal rate increases, updates on WarnerMedia and Reuters and top subscription jobs.
Verizon offers free Apple Arcade and Google Play Pass to unlimited subscribers, The New York Times is in talks to buy The Athletic, Amazon confirms Prime Day will be in June.
Piano raises $88M, Epic Games and Apple face off in court, CMA looks at auto-renewal practices of anti-virus software companies.
Apple Music announces lossless audio, IAB said US podcast revenue will be $2B in 2023, and YouTube spends $7M to help journalists and newsrooms start their own channels.
Twitter announced they would acquire Scroll, an ad-blocking service that provides a cleaner, more streamlined experience for online readers and publishers.