Weekly Subscription News: NBC, Nintendo and Nuzzel

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Weekly Subscription News: NBC

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In this week’s subscription headlines, NBC launches subscription service IndyCar Pass, but it won’t play live races, Digital First Media isn’t giving up on Gannett just yet, and Starz is raising its rates on CraveTV. Also this week, Facebook has gotten in trouble in Germany for its data collection services, Nintendo wants to increase appeal of its Switch Online gaming subscription service, and Scroll buys Nuzzel, a news aggregator.

Nintendo President Looking to Boost Appeal of Switch Online Service

NBC Launches Subscription Service IndyCar Pass But It Won’t Have Live Races
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Digital First to Attempt an Overhaul of Gannett Board After Takeover Bid Rejecte
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Starz Content on Crave Will Soon Cost an Additional $5.99 Per Month

Subscription Startup Scroll Acquires News Aggregator Nuzzel

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