In this week’s subscription news headlines, Spotify reports that more than 13,000 artists’ catalogs earned at least $50,000 in royalties last year, GameRant says that PC subscribers of Xbox Game Pass don’t get the same selection as console users, and there are rumors that MoviePass could be making a comeback. Also, Coca-Cola is trying vending machine subscriptions in Japan, Unagi e-scooters are rolling into Seattle, and publishers are finding audiences – and considering monetization opportunities – in Clubhouse.
Spotify Says Over 13K Artists Earned at Least $50K in Royalties in 2020
PC Game Pass Subscribers Get the Short End of the Stick
The Life, Death and Potential Rebirth of MoviePass
Coca-Cola Is Launching Vending Machine Subscriptions in Japan
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