Weekly Subscription News: Congress, Content and Crypto

If you are tired of hearing about Kim Kardashian, Pete Davidson and Ye, we’ve got some interesting subscription headlines for you. The App Store is under Congressional scrutiny, Paramount Plus will merge Showtime content into a single app, and Netflix is ​​working on a ‘Bioshock’ movie. Also, Peloton’s new CEO considers an app store and new subscription model for the company, Sling TV is now accepting crypto, and Walmart’s ad business gets a big boost, growing to $2.1 billion.

Apple’s App Store Under Congressional Scrutiny

Paramount Plus to Merge Showtime Content into Single App

‘Bioshock’ Movie in the Works at Netflix
The Hollywood Reporter

Peloton’s New CEO Sees App Store & Overhauled Subscription Model in Its Future

Salesforce and AWS Partner on Streaming Solution for Content Distributor
TV Technology

Sling TV Now Accepts Cryptocurrency Payments
The Streamable

BBC to Double Digital News Team in North America to Grow Commercial Business

Walmart’s Ad Business Jumps 130% to $2.1 Billion
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Dana Neuts is Subscription Insider’s Editorial Director, covering our daily subscription news as well as member features, case studies, premium content, and reports. Dana is also a writer, editor, marketer and communications professional. Her work by her has appeared in AARP Bulletin, The Seattle Times, Seattle Business, 425 Business, 425 Magazine, South Sound Magazine, Northwest Travel and more. Her specialties include business writing, community news, senior issues, travel and, of course, subscriptions!

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