Weekly Subscription News: Power, Programming and the Pandemic

Featuring Franklin Covey, Instagram, DoorDash and CBS All Access

This week’s subscription headlines feature power, programming and the pandemic. Winc wines is growing under the power of social influencers, CBS All Access hopes to attract families with new family-friendly features and kids’ programming, and Franklin Covey is seeing success with its new business model during the pandemic. Also, this week The Correspondent announced it will stop publishing January 1, Instagram makes its Reels feature shoppable, and the attorney general for the District of Columbia ordered DoorDash to cut its commission.

DeMarcus Ware Launches New Subscription Fitness App, Driven to Win
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Franklin Covey’s New Business Model Showed Resilience During Pandemic
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Instagram Makes ‘Reels’ Shoppable, Bringing Ecommerce to Every Format on the App
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The Correspondent to Stop Publishing January 1, 2021
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CBS All Access Launches New Product Features for Families, Expands Kids’ Programming
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Winc Wine Site Is Growing Under Influencers’ Power
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