Despite relaxing paywalls, publishers like Bloomberg and The Atlantic see subscription spikes 

In the U.S. digital subscriptions rose 63% in the past week compared with the same period the year before, according to subscription technology platform Piano. “Right now,  what we’re seeing is a surge in acquisitions and no evidence of any change in either active cancellations or credit card failure,” said Michael Silberman, SVP strategy, Piano. “The data suggests it’s OK to still be keeping some content behind the paywall and that readers will respond and pay for content.”

Source: Despite relaxing paywalls, publishers like Bloomberg and The Atlantic see subscription spikes – Digiday

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