This Week’s Subscription News Headlines: Fake News, Facebook and Free Press

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This Subscription News Headlines: Fake News

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In this week’s subscription news, journalists call on Facebook to weed out fake news and champion accurate news, Financial Times explores acquisitions to grow its digital subscriber base, and Hyundai builds an electric car that will run on electricity and the subscription model. Also, the Detroit Free Press is looking to cut back its staff, Facebook updates its metrics reporting after finding more calculation errors, and Amazon is gunning for Netflix with its global launch. We’ve got those headlines and more to kick off your weekend.

Journalists Call on Facebook to Champion Accurate News
Media Post: Social Media Daily

FT in Talks on Acquisitions Year After Nikkei Deal
Bloomberg

Hyundai Ioniq Electric Car Offered on ‘Ioniq Unlimited” Subscription Model
Green Car Reports

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Zuora CEO on the $8 Trillion Subscription Economy Opportunity
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Free Press Joins Detroit News in Seeking to Shrink Staff
Crain’s

Amazon is Gunning for Netflix with Global Launch of Prime Video
Fortune

The Sun is Fastest-Growing News Web Site, Mail Online is Still on Top
Media Post: London Media & Advertising Daily

Facebook Updates Metrics Reporting Following More Calculation Errors
Digital Trends