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Weekly Subscription News: Reddit Apps, Rising Prices and Direct Posting

Featuring Stripe, Adyen, LinkedIn, Thomson Reuters and Monumental Sports Network

This week’s subscription news roundup is all about apps, rising prices and direct posting. TikTok now supports direct posting from AI-powered Adobe apps, Monumental Sports Network launches a direct-to-consumer subscription membership, and Investors’ Chronicle says Americans will never pay for social media. Also, Warner Bros. Discovery’s CFO justifies increases in Max prices, Forbes compares payment processing companies, and LinkedIn doubles down on news.

Payments 3.0: Stripe and Adyen vs. the Others
Forbes

TikTok Now Supports Direct Posting from AI-Powered Adobe Apps, CapCut and More
TechCrunch

Monumental Sports Network Launches Direct-to-Consumer Subscription Memberships
PR Newswire

One Third-Party Reddit App on iOS Will Charge $3.99 a Month to Use it
The Verge

Why Americans Will Never Pay for Social Media
Investors’ Chronicle

Warner Bros. Discovery CFO Justifies Increases of Max Subscription Prices
Bounding Into Comics

LinkedIn Is Doubling Down on News
Press Gazette

Thomson Reuters Launches Platform to East eInvoicing Compliance
PYMNTS

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