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Weekly Subscription News: Printing, Promising and Paying

Featuring McClatchy, Tampa Bay Times, DocuSign, Shutterstock and Hot Pod

In this week’s subscription new round-up, McClatchy promises to hire more journalists and to expand four Sunday newspapers with magazine-style covers, Tampa Bay Times sells their printing plant to a developer for $21 million, and DocuSign raises its full year guidance for revenue, subscription revenue and billings. Also, Shutterstock buys photo editing and graphic design company PicMonkey for $110 million, retail fraud increases with digital purchases, and Hot Pod will be The Verge’s first paid product.

McClatchy Promises to Expand 4 Sunday Newspapers with Magazine-Style Covers
Poynter

Tampa Bay Times Sells Printing Plant to Developer for $21 Million
Tampa Bay Times

Spotify, Netflix and Match Group Shares Rise as Apple Relaxes App Store Rules
CNBC

DocuSign Raises FY Guidance for Revenue, Subscription Revenue and Billings
MarketWatch

Milwaukee Wine Subscription Startup Bright Cellars Raises $11.2 Million
Biztimes

Shutterstock Pays $110M to Buy PicMonkey
Geekwire

Fraud Against Retailers Booms with Shift to Digital, Study Shows
Media Post

Hot Pod, the Podcast Industry Newsletter, to Become The Verge’s First Paid Product
Nieman Lab

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