Subscription Show 2020 starts October 5. Here Subscription Insider and Authority Media CEO Kathy Greenler Sexton shares a preview.
Gaming growth, TikTok competitors, and publishing partnerships dominate the subscription headlines this week.
Tribune Publishing made the decision to close the physical offices of several newsrooms, including The Daily News and the Orlando Sentinel.
OnlyFans subscribers may have to pay 3 years' worth of unpaid taxes, Roku adds live feeds for premium subscribers and Reuters is putting up a paywall.
To be able to respond effectively to quickly changing market dynamics, finance teams need a strong technical foundation with built-in scalability, security, compliance, flexibility, and adaptability, also known as “Platform Extensibility.” With platform extensibility, if you can conceive it, you can create it and launch it while automating business processes, reducing errors, saving time, and most importantly – increasing customer satisfaction. This “platform extensibility” is what accelerates your ideas into revenue.
Google announced a new licensing program in which it would pay select publishers for high quality content, including text, images, audio and video.
Five on Friday, June 19, 2020: Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism's 2020 Digital News Report, retweeting responsiby, and new Snapchat features
Join our panel of executives from J.P. Morgan and BillingPlatform as they share critical insights and techniques that can be used to protect existing revenue streams as well as unlock new ones during times of crisis.
In its first quarter 2020 earnings results, The New York Times Company reports record subscriptions.
In this week's Five on Friday, we'll explore how subscription companies have been impacted and are adapting to the new normal with COVID-19.