Weekly Subscription News: Circulation, Subscription Management and Sales

Featuring Skift, Boston Herald, Tripadvisor, SpongeBob and ReCharge

This week’s subscription headlines feature print circulation, subscription management platforms and subscription sales. The Boston Business Journal reports that the Boston Herald’s print circulation is falling twice as fast as the Boston Globe’s, ReCharge raises $227 million for a subscription management platform, and Tripadvisor is looking for credit card partners to boost subscription sales. Also, The Athletic abandons merger talks with Axios, and SpongeBob, Star Trek and sports are driving subscriptions for Paramount+, the rebranded CBS All Access.

Biotech Mogul Behind LA Times Says Papers Need Government Aid
Bloomberg

Boston Herald’s Print Circulation Is Falling Twice as Fast as the Boston Globe’s
Boston Business Journal

Tripadvisor Seeks Credit Card Partners to Boost Subscription Sales
Skift

SpongeBob, Star Trek and Sports Drive Subscriptions to Paramount+
The New York Times

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ReCharge Raises $227 Million for Subscription Management Platform
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Exclusive: The Athletic Halts Merger Talks with Axios, Eyes New York Times
The Wall Street Journal

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