Weekly Subscription News: Fuel, Fall Fragrances and FuboTV

Featuring YouTube, Substack, Spotify, Scentbird and Verizon

As we head into the last weekend of August, we’ve got some great subscription headlines for you. YouTube surpasses 2 million creators in its monetization program, OnlyFans goes safe for work, banning sexually explicit content, and GoCardless and Piano team up to help publishers and brands drive recurring revenue.

Also, Verizon offers complimentary AMC+ subscriptions to customers, Scentbird offers a subscription service to test its fall fragrance collection, and a new Billboard chart will give a nod to digital creators for creating popular songs.

YouTube Surpasses 2 Million Creators in Monetization Program
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Substack Acqui-Hires Team Behind Subscription Social App Cocoon
TechCrunch

GoCardless and Piano Partner to Help Publishers and Brands Drive Recurring Revenue
Digital Transactions

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Spotify in Podcast Tag Team with World Wrestling Entertainment
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FuboTV CEO David Gandler Thinks 5M People Could Subscribe to TV Bundle by 2026
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Verizon Offers Complimentary AMC+ Subscription to Subscribers
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Scentbird Offers Subscription Service to Test Its Slate of Fall Fragrances
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New Billboard Chart Will Recognize Digital Creators for Fueling Smash Songs
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