GlobalComix launches a digital comics subscription and SuperFan program to support creators of indie comics, graphic novels and manga.
How the coronavirus has impacted media consumption in the U.S., most and least trusted sources, media spending and more
Zoom will remove time limits on Thanksgiving, TikTok gets a temporary reprieve, and Squarespace adds new monetization options.
New York Times hits milestone with 7 million subscribers. Also digital-only subscription revenue exceeds print revenue for the first time.
WWE & the WWE Network report big revenue increases, Under Armour is selling MyFitnessPal and Google One launches a VPN subscription service.
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Apple gives new iPhone buyers free subscriptions, hotels use subscriptions to lure back guests, and Morning Brew wants Business Insider to buy it.
At Zoomtopia, Zoom announced the launch of OnZoom, a new online platform that allows paid Zoom users the ability to monetize events.
TIME magazine announced the launch of TIME for Kids, a new digital subscription that provides age-appropriate news for grades K-6.
Disney is doubling down on its D2C streaming video success with a strategic reorganization of its media and entertainment businesses.