Weekly Subscription News: Acquisitions, Adoption and Announcements

Featuring Fox, Tubi, Taboola, High Times and Redbox

As we head into Leap Year weekend, subscription companies are considering acquisitions, adoption of new offerings, and making announcements about their latest products and services. Headlines include Apple services is estimated to hit $50 billion in profits by 2025, High Times getting the OK to go public, and Redbox rolling out its own online streaming service. Other news includes Alamo Drafthouse launching a season pass movie subscription service, Fox looking at acquiring AVOD Tubi, and Lee Enterprises boasting its digital growth.


Fox in Talks to Acquire Ad-Supported Streamer Tubi
Hollywood Reporter

Lee Enterprises Touts Digital Growth and BH Media Acquisition While Addressing Concerns about Share Purchases
Quad City Times

Apple Services to Top $50 Billion Profits By 2025 – Beating iPhone

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