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Weekly Subscription News: Copying, Teaming and Breaching

Featuring Humble, LinkedIn, Gannett, FCC and Apple

In this week’s subscription news roundup, Humble’s subscription service will dump Mac and Linux very soon, LinkedIn is the latest platform to copy The Clubhouse format, and streaming platforms and services provides are teaming up to woo subscribers. LA Times owner Patrick Soon-Shiong wants the Los Angeles Times to be his family’s legacy, Gannett will stop printing Saturday editions in 136 markets, and the chair of the FCC wants to tighten notification rules for data breaches.

Humble Subscription Service Is Dumping Mac, Linux in 18 Days
Ars Technica

LinkedIn Joins The Clubhouse Copycat Crew
Tubefilter

Streaming Platforms and Service Providers Are Teaming up to Woo Subscribers
Marketing Brew

Pharma Billionaire Patrick Soon-Shiong Wants LA Times to Be His Family Legacy
Press Gazette

Gannett to Stop Saturday Print Editions in 136 Markets
Boston Business Journal

FCC Chair Wants to Tighten Data Breach Notification Rules
Media Post

American Journalism Project Awards Grants to Four Nonprofit News Organizations
The American Journalism Project

Apple to Allow Third-Party App Payment Options in South Korea
TechCrunch

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