Ad wraps for bookazines, new funding for Substack and FCC rules on media cross-ownership are all in the weekly subscription news this week.
CrowdStrike gets record # of subscribers in Q4, Philo and Best Buy partner with $1 promo, Daily Telegraph to link journalists' pay to article popularity.
The New Yorker to host live events, HBO Max raises $80M in ad revenue, and Breitling launches watch subscription.
The top-grossing subscription apps of 2021, 4 retention tips from Mather Economics and the growing popularity of bookazines.
Disney+ will launch ad-free bundle, Apple & Facebook trade barbs over business models, & Sports Illustrated will put up paywall for premium content.
Wyndham Destinations is spreading its wings with the $100 million acquisition of the Travel + Leisure magazine and brand from Meredith.
Subscription Insider has assembled its 2021 subscription predictions for streaming video, streaming audio, subscription boxes and publishing.
A retired NBA player buys Ebony magazine, WaPo says Google is hurting local news, and a Chicago eatery launches gelato pint subscriptions.
EatingWell finishes 2020 strong with significant increase in advertising revenue, web and social media traffic, and magazine subscriptions.
The Rachael Ray In Season magazine is returning to the subscription model and expanding the magazine to offer home delivery.