Google is testing a newsletter subscription service, Museletter.
Twitter is letting creators test a new newsletter subscription sign-up feature on their Twitter profiles.
Fair abandons the car subscription model, OnlyFans reverses courses to allow sexually explicit content, and Substack partners with OpenNote to accept Bitcoin.
The New York Times Co. is investing resources into paid newsletters to rival services like Substack, Twitter and Facebook.
Tumblr faces backlash from new subscription service, Substack acquires "Letter," and PayPal announces super app.
Twitter reported total Q2 revenue of $1.19 billion, a 74% increase year-over-year and an 11% increase in monetizable daily average users.
Trump sues Facebook, Twitter and Google for censorship; FTC opens probe of Amazon's proposed purchase of MGM; Apple shows an interest in NFL Sunday Ticket.
Facebook has launched its own subscription newsletter service, Facebook Bulletin featuring articles, podcasts, exclusive content and more.
DC Comics extends digital magazine to print; Twitter opens applications to test new content subscription features; and CNN to sell NFTs.
Twitter officially dips its toe into the subscription waters, launching 'Tomorrow,' a paid weather news service for $10 a month.