Weekly Subscription News Round-up for Oct. 23

Featuring Hello Giggles, Walmart, Tidal, Tinder, Sony Pay and more

TV and radio try to capture younger audiences, Walmart enters the cloud services market, and Ohio newspapers take a stand. Those headlines and more in this week’s subscription news round-up:

Time Inc. Buys Hello Giggles
Wall Street Journal

Drop in Younger Listeners Makes Dent in NPR News Audience

What Feels Like SaaS, Acts Like Saas, But Isn’t SaaS?
CMS Wire

Ohio Newspapers Print Blank Page to Show the Value of Local News
Ohio Newspaper Association

NBC Woos Cord Cutters & Cord Nevers with Subscription Comedy Service
Subscription Insider

Tinder Could Be In Trouble If Facebook Dumps In
Business Insider

YouTube is Ready to Make You Pay to Watch Some of Its Best New Videos
Digital Trends

Sony Pay? Sony’s Plan for Mobile Payments

Walmart to Release OneOps Cloud Technology as Open Source: Will It Be Enough to Save Them?
Subscription Insider

Jay Z’s visit to Samsung could hint at the future of Tidal
Business Insider

We want to take a moment to thank everyone who attended yesterday’s Mastering Payment Processing for Recurring Revenue, our one-day intensive to combat involuntary churn. It was a great inaugural event, and we are pleased that our experts were able to share their knowledge with so many.

We also want to thank our sponsors and partners who helped make yesterday possible:

  • Paul Larsen Consulting LLC
  • Adyen
  • OpenEdge
  • Recurly
  • Vantiv
  • Vindicia
  • Mequoda
  • Think Strategies
  • Cloud Showplace

We’ll be announcing our next event soon, so stay tuned! In the meantime, have a great weekend.

~ The Subscription Insider Team