Weekly Subscription News: Acquisitions, Apple and Articles with Audio

Featuring Spotify, Jim Gaffigan, Amazon and the Washington Post

In this week’s subscription news round-up, Apple is pessimistic that they’ll be able to return to their U.S. offices full-time by year end, Spotify misses out on an acquisition opportunity, and all Washington Post articles are now available with audio. Also this week, staff members of the Wall Street Journal are pushing for change in their news coverage, Amazon says it will have warehouse limits due to coronavirus, and Google is pushing video viewers to YouTube over its rivals.

Apple Pessimistic on Full 2020 Return to U.S. Offices, Pushes Retail to Work Remotely
Bloomberg

Spotify Missed Out on Another Podcasting Acquisition
The Motley Fool

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Jim Gaffigan Becomes First Comedian to Get His Own SiriusXM Pop-up Channel
PR Newswire

All Washington Post Articles Now Available with Audio
Media Post

Amazon Announces New Warehouse Limits Due to Virus Surge
PYMNTS.com

Wall Street Journal Staff Members Push for Big Changes in News Coverage
The New York Times

Pluto TV Begins Adding CBS Content
Cord Cutter News

Searching for Video? Google Pushes YouTube Over Rivals
The Wall Street Journal