Weekly Subscription News Round-up for April 29

Stories featuring Beyonce, Time Warner, Gannett and the New York Times

This week we’ve seen thumbs up at Tidal, Gannett and Time Warner, but thumbs down at Google and the New York Times. Here’s what’s happening in the subscription world right now:

Time Warner’s Turner Appeals to Film Nerds with Web-Only Service
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Google AMP Project Lags in Implementation
Media Post: SearchMarketingDaily

Tidal and HBO Score with Beyoncé Exclusive While Spotify Pouts
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