Bloomberg Media tests subscriber-only content; Bally Sports direct-to-consumer estimated to attract 4.4M subscribers & $2B; Google delays cookie removal.
YouTube TV adds new features for $20 a month; Amazon offers 6 mos. of Disney+ to new Amazon Music Unlimited subscribers, and Facebook files $36M ad fraud lawsuit.
A U.S. District Court judge dismissed an antitrust complaint filed by the FTC against Facebook for insufficience evidence.
The UK's CMA is investigating whether Amazon and Google are doing enough to stop false and misleading online reviews.
Spotify has acquired Podz, a tech startup focused on making podcast discovery easier and more personalized.
Adobe reported record results for Q2 FY2021, including revenue of $3.84 billion, representing 23% growth year-over-year.
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Netflix has launched a new online store, Netflix.shop, to sell exclusive merchandise inspired by Netflix shows like Yasuke, Eden and Lupin.
Twitter Blue, Twitter's first paid subscription service, is now live in Canada and Australia as an in-app purchase on iOS.
The FTC announced Monday that MoviePass, its parent company and principals agreed to an administrative settlement due to their deceptive business practices.