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Weekly Subscription News: Death, Demands and Direction

Featuring Netflix, Gannett, Meta, Apple and Twitter

Death, demands and direction dominate this week’s subscription headlines. Wired talks about the top streaming services and the day (or week) that streaming died, and Meta tests their ability to block news in Canada if the country’s online news bill passes. Also, experts say subscription ecommerce will experience their slowest year for growth to date, hundreds of Gannett journalists go on strike to demand a leadership change, and Netflix shareholders want to change course, balking on executive pay while writers are on strike.

HBO Max, Netflix, Disney+ and the Day Streaming Died

Subscription Ecommerce Is Poised for Its Slowest Growth Year on Record
Insider Intelligence

Hundreds of Journalists Strike to Demand Leadership Change at Largest US Newspaper Chain
AP News

Tech Layoffs Ravage the Teams That Fight Misinformation and Hate Speech

Meta Is Testing Its Ability to Block News Content in Canada
Media Post

Netflix Shareholders Oppose Executive Pay Package Amid Writers’ Strike

Twitter’s US Ad Sales Plunge 59% as Woes Continue
The New York Times

Apple’s $3,000 XR Headset Is a Little Pricey. Could Subscription Pricing Help?

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