This Week’s Subscription News: Fitness, Fines and Facebook

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This Week’s Subscription News: Fitness

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In this week’s subscription headlines, Conde Nast eyes commerce opportunities with branded subscription boxes, Netflix cancels support for millions of smartphones and tablets, and Facebook admits another faux pas – its 10th measurement mistake since September. Ugh. Also this week, Motley Fool offers an earnings preview for Cisco, Spotify partners with Capital One and Lionsgate is fined for its use of Jillian Michaels’ fitness videos.

Conde Nast Sees Commerce Opportunities in Branded Subscription Boxes
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Netflix Cancels Support for Millions of Smartphones and Tablets
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Vidme Launches Paid Subscription Option to Diversify Creator Revenue Streams
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Facebook Admits Its Tenth Measurement Mistake Since September
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Spotify Partners with Capital One for Discount Subscriptions
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Lionsgate Ordered to Pay Jillian Michaels $5.8 Million for YouTube Fitness Videos
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