Weekly Subscription News: Sourdough, Spark and Subscription Services

Featuring Facebook, Gameclub, Apple, eDreams and Telegraph

As subscription companies wrap up their second quarter of 2020, daily operations continue to be hot and heavy. In this week’s subscription news round-up, eDreams adds hotels to an Amazon-style subscription service, Wildgrain ships artisanal sourdough loaves subscription-style (yes, please!), and Gameclub launches a new subscription service for Android gaming. Also this week, Lee Enterprises reports strong revenue, Apple tries to sell developers on building new apps, and Facebook expands fan subscriptions for gaming streamers.

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Facebook Expands Fan Subscriptions for Gaming Streamers, Adds In-Stream Ad Breaks
Social Media Today

Gameclub is a New Subscription Service for Android Gaming
Game Rant

Apple to Sell Developers on Building New Apps Amid Pushback

eDreams Adds Hotels to Amazon-style Subscription Service
Travel Weekly

From Starter to Finish, Wildgrain Ships Artisanal Sourdough Loaves
American Inno

Lee Enterprises Reports Solid Revenue, Adjusted EBITDA Performance Despite COVID-19
Quad-City Times

Google Will Let Android Developers Sell Subscriptions Without Requiring an App Install
The Verge

Telegraph to ‘Significantly Downsize’ Branded Content Arm ‘Spark’
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