Online community platform Mighty Networks raises $50 million to expand and offer opportunities to more creators.
The Federal Trade Commission is hosting a virtual workshop on April 29th to examine digital “dark patterns” to examine what dark patterns are and how they impact or trick consumers and the marketplace into making unwanted or extra purchases online.
Ad wraps for bookazines, new funding for Substack and FCC rules on media cross-ownership are all in the weekly subscription news this week.
Red Hat users can now expand their learning through a new offering, Red Hat Learning Subscription Premium.
PayPal customers can use platform to raise 20K, BuzzFeed will buy HuffPost, and Kahoot is launching an educational game subscription service.
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In its Q1 FY21 earnings release, Microsoft reported total revenue of $37.2B, a 12% increase and net income of $15.9B, a 25% increase.
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.