Weekly Subscription News: Facebook, Fraud and Fiction Riot
Featuring NBC, CBS, CenturyLink and Tribune Publishing
As you head into the holiday weekend, check out these subscription news headlines: NBC is considering an online TV service for 2019, a Chaska (Minnesota) call center duped 13,000 people into paying $10 million for magazine subscriptions, and CenturyLink forced Utah subscribers to watch ads before allowing them internet access. Also this week, we have headlines about former CBS executive Les Moonves, Fiction Riot’s new platform and Tribune Publishing’s deal (or lack thereof) with McClatchy.
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