This Week’s Subscription News: Music, Mail Order and Mobile Revenue

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This Week’s Subscription News: Music

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In this week’s subscription news, YouTube Red and Google Play Music will merge into a new subscription service, the new YouTube TV streaming app grows in popularity, and The New Yorker gets record digital traffic as former White House communications director Anthony Scaramucci – former as in only had the job for 10 days – goes on a tirade of profanity. Also this week, we’re reading about mail order recipe cards making a comeback in the digital age, Spotify hitting 60 million paying subscribers, despite the competition, and PlayStation Plus subscribers getting access to PlayStation Now.

YouTube Red and Google Play Music to Merge in New Subscription Service

Following 10-Market Expansion, YouTube TV App Clocks 10 Million Downloads

The New Yorker Gets Record Digital Bump from Anthony Scaramucci’s Profane Temper Tantrum

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