Weekly Subscription News: Connected Services, Cash App and Content

Featuring BMW, Sony, Square, Vice and FuboTV

In this week’s subscription news headlines, BMW looks at offering in-car subscriptions for connected services, while Jaguar Land Rover launches its Pivotal subscription service. Also this week, Spotify launches a Duo subscription plan for couples, a game developer sues Sony for not paying royalties, FuboTV drops WarnerMedia, and Vice Media urges advertisings to stop blocking ‘Black Lives Matter’ and related keywords.

BMW Explores In-car Subscriptions for Smart, Connected Services

Spotify Launches Duo Subscription Plan for ‘Couples’
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