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.
13K Spotify artists made $50K in 2020, MoviePass could make a comeback, Coca-Cola launches vending machine subscriptions in Japan.
The Information will launch a newsletter business, Twitter considers an "undo" feature, and WWE fans need to subscribe to Peacock to watch Wrestlemania 37.
Google says it won't support third-party cookies or build alternate identifiers, Piano acquires AT Internet and Netflix wins big at the Golden Globes.
After blocking news sharing in Australia, Facebook ended its standoff with the Australian government, after receiving minor concessions.
Bloomberg News is laying off 90 staff, primarily in editorial positions, to improve processes and accountability and to elevate editing.
The top-grossing subscription apps of 2021, 4 retention tips from Mather Economics and the growing popularity of bookazines.
HubSpot, a marketing software and CRM company, is acquiring media startup The Hustle in a deal estimated to be worth $27 million.
Yesterday Twitter announced their acquisition of Revue, a tool that helps writers and creators monetize content through paid newsletters.