On the eve of spring, we bring you some of this week’s top subscription news stories. CrowdStrike posts a record number of new subscribers in the company’s fourth quarter, streaming video on demand provider Philo and Best Buy partner on a $1 promo, and the Daily Telegraph plans to link journalists’ pay to the popularity of their articles (there's no way that could go wrong, right?).
Also, Tinder will let subscribers run background checks on potential dates, MediaIte adopts a subscription model, and Meredith creates a strategic development team to generate new revenue.
CrowdStrike Posts Record Number of New Subscribers in Q4
Streaming Provider Philo and Best Buy Partner on $1 Promo
Daily Telegraph Plans to Link Journalists’ Pay with Article Popularity
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