Weekly Subscription News: iPhones, Earnings and EA Access

Featuring Sprout Social, NBC, Zuora, AMC Networks

Weekly Subscription News: iPhones

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This has been an amazing week as we held our first three-day Subscription Show. That didnt stop the subscription news world though. Here are some of the latest subscription headlines: Sprout Social files to go public, Apple hinted at a subscription-based iPhone, and Zuoras stock is lacking. Also in the news, EA games are returning to stream, NBC might offer Peacock free, and Netflix is getting into the podcasting business.

Chicagos Sprout Social Files to Go Public with ARR Over $100 Million
Crunchbase

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NBC’s Streaming Platform Peacock Might Offer Free Service to Everyone
Pop Culture

Apple May Be Heading Toward Subscription-based iPhone Payment System
Consumer Affairs

Zuora Bets Big on Subscriptions, but the Stock Is Laggin
Barrons

AMC Networks Earnings Rise; Lower Ratings, Absence of ‘Better Call Saul’ Hit U.S. Ad Revenue
Hollywood Reporter

EA Games Are Returning to Steam Along with the EA Access Subscription Service
The Verge

Netflix to Launch Daybreak Scripted Podcast, Making First Step Into Original Podcasts
Variety

WarnerMedias HBO Max Will Launch for $14.99 a Month in May 2020
CNBC