Weekly Subscription News June 5: Winners, Waiting and Safe-for-Work

Featuring Twitter, Substack, Headspace and Fanhouse

In this week’s subscription news, EU regulators give TikTok one month to respond to claims that it violates kids’ data laws, Substack announces the winners of Substack Local, and Twitter adds a subscription purchase option to its App Store listing. Also, Beachbody posts a revenue ahead of its merger with Forest Road Acquisition Corp. and Myx Fitness Holdings, Apple delays its Podcasts Subscription service until June due to a few bugs, and Headspace Studios is planning to launch a new podcast channel and sleep subscription.

EU Regulators Give TikTok 1 Month to Respond to Claims It Violates Kids’ Data Laws
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The Atlantic Spins Off Its Agency Atlantic 57, to be Rebranded as Long Dash
Digiday

Twitter Adds Subscription Purchase Option to App Store Listing
PYMNTS.com

The Winners of Substack Local: Telling the Stories of Our Communities
Substack

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Beachbody Posts Revenue Gain Ahead of Merger
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Apple Delays Podcasts Subscriptions Launch til June, Promises Improvements to Podcasts App
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Headspace Studios to Launch New Podcast Channel and Sleep Subscription
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Fanhouse, an OnlyFans-Esque Platform for Safe-For-Work Content, Raises $1.3M
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