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The company also offers support for subscriptions in Instant Articles, and as part of its broader efforts to fund journalism, Facebook also launched a Local News Subscription Accelerator.

Apple takes only a 15% cut from the subscriptions that Amazon Prime Video signs up through the Apple App Store.

From Digiday

Circulation and subscription revenue rose 6% — with subscriptions to The Wall Street Journal growing 15% to nearly 3 million — while ad revenue declined 28%.

From Digiday

He thinks some people may want to eventually pay for a subscription but it’s free for August.

Countless surveys of pay-TV customers say that live sports are a major reason why they continue to pay for their subscriptions.

From Quartz

“Jason tried to convince Steve Jobs that Apple should start a streaming music subscription business,”  Freston recalls.

Jason told Jobs that music subscription was the future, and Steve jobs basically told him he was crazy.

Fourteen-year-olds will not support a subscription-based model for music.

The former half-term governor has started her own subscription-based Internet TV network.

In any event,  on Sunday Palin unveiled her subscription-based Internet TV network, The Sarah Palin Channel.

Government grants amount to about two-thirds of the income, the balance being raised by public subscription and from fees.

The first volume tells all about the gittin' up of the subscription and the sailin' of the wessel.

If a subscription has not been completed, death operates as a revocation and the subscriber's estate is not held for the amount.

It must have been made on occasions of federal ratification, and it might then have accompanied the subscription of the name.

It goes no further than the denunciation of the peer, and the raising of a subscription (generally inadequate) for the sufferers.


On this page you'll find 19 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to subscription, such as: contribution, acceptance, agreement, approval, dues, and pledge.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.