Substack recently announced it raised $65M in Series B funding to expand the paid newsletter platform.
Ad wraps for bookazines, new funding for Substack and FCC rules on media cross-ownership are all in the weekly subscription news this week.
Facebook is launching a subscription newsletter platform for independent writers to grow their audiences.
Substack welcomes newsletter competition, Word Press's parent buys content analytics platform Parse.ly, and Comcast holds off on data caps.
Disney+ will launch ad-free bundle, Apple & Facebook trade barbs over business models, & Sports Illustrated will put up paywall for premium content.
Yesterday Twitter announced their acquisition of Revue, a tool that helps writers and creators monetize content through paid newsletters.
Forbes is launching its Journalist Entrepreneurs subscription newsletter platform, where writers and Forbes share revenue 50/50.
Understand how your organization can adopt new effective retention strategies and tactics. Determine what’s next for your subscription business and how you succeed during COVID-19 and after. Listen to the fireside chat with Michael Daley, Global VP Solution Evangelist at Vindicia, and Rajeev Raman, CEO of Redfast.
Apple gives new iPhone buyers free subscriptions, hotels use subscriptions to lure back guests, and Morning Brew wants Business Insider to buy it.
Today we wrapped up the first week of Subscription Show 2020. It was a lot of work, but we loved every minute...