This Week’s Subscription News: News, Netflix and Negotiations

Featuring PostUp, Stripe, Time Warner and the White House

In this week’s subscription news, news outlets are trying to negotiate with Google and Facebook over ads, Jump launches a subscription service for indie games, and the number of Amazon’s U.S. Prime members could surpass total pay TV households next year. Also this week, PostUp is launching a dynamic paywall solution for publishers, Stripe is adding support for digital payment services in China, and the White House threatens that critical coverage by CNN might cost them the Time Warner merger.

News Outlets Seek to Negotiate with Google and Facebook on Ads
Sacramento Bee

PostUp to Release Dynamic Paywall Solution for Publishers
Publishers Daily

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Stripe Adds Support for Alipay and WeChat Pay, China’s Top Digital Payment Services

White House Warns CNN that Critical Coverage Could Cost Time Warner Its Merger
New York Magazine

Why Twitter Needs a Paid Subscription Service
Market Realist

Jump Is a Subscription Service That’s ‘Like Netflix for Indie Games’
PC Gamer

Sports Illustrated Launches Food Vertical ‘SI Eats
Publishers Daily

Number of U.S. Amazon Prime Members Could Surpass Total Pay TV Households Next Year