Netflix diversified with new products and services; buy-now-pay-later expands to subscriptions; podcasting wars heat up.
After months of negotiation, YouTube TV loses suite of Disney-owned channels before finally reaching an agreement.
EU will launch first newsroom with reporting from 16 member states, Netflix Originals see big viewership drop after initial surge, Toyota made a key fob remote start into a subscription service.
The big headline of the week: Amazon Web Services goes down, bringing major brands with it.
FOOD & WINE, owned by Dotdash Meredith, announced the launch of its FOOD & WINE Classic Insider subscription service on Monday.
PlayStation is combining its subscription services, Grow Credit is helping students build credit thru subscriptions, and Square becomes Block.
Butter raises $7M to help subscription companies lower involuntary churn; PlantX launches new subscription service; The Athletic continues search for a buyer.
Afterpay follows Klarna's leads, Comcast may ditch Hulu, Disney is betting money on sports.
Literati wants creators to launch book clubs, Recurly on pace to hit $10B in payments volume, Nokia to launch cloud-based SaaS.
Netflix launches top 10 shows list, Hulu launches online store, retail subscriptions are not going away.