Disney's direct-to-consumer subscriptions save the company's first quarter of fiscal year 2021, with Disney+ soaring to 94.9M subscribers.
AT&T to add AVOD tier to HBO Max, Wonder Woman 1984 highlights growth of video piracy, and Tinker Studios creates subscription boxes with kids' arts projects.
In our first Five on Friday of the year, Roku considers buying Quibi content, Discovery+ banks on reality TV, and AMC Theatres seeks cash.
A retired NBA player buys Ebony magazine, WaPo says Google is hurting local news, and a Chicago eatery launches gelato pint subscriptions.
This year's top subscription stories include major acquisitions, antitrust concerns, lots of layoffs, an abundance of launches and more.
Subscription box startup BarkBox filed for an IPO thru a merger with a special purpose acquisition company. The company is valued at $1.6B.
At Disney's Investor Day 2020, the entertainment brand announced changes to its direct-to-consumer streaming services, including pricing.
In this week's Five on Friday, we feature influential subscription brands, acquisition news, and a special pizza-and-a-movie promotion.
Discovery is launching a new streaming video subscription service January 4 - Discovery+ - featuring the best in real-life entertainment.
HBO Max streaming service discontinues 7-day free trials, and WarnerMedia will release 2017 films in theaters and on HBO Max the same day.