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vMVPDs pick up millions of customers as pay-TV providers lose 1,300,000

vMVPDs pick up millions of customers as pay-TV providers lose 1,300,000

January 2, 2018 | Kevin Cancilla

The fortunes of legacy payTV providers are trending down as those of virtual OTT players have...

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One thing to consider when targeting niche streaming audiences

One thing to consider when targeting niche streaming audiences

December 18, 2017 | Kevin Cancilla

Inspired by Disney, many entertainment companies may decide to create their own subscription-based...

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Innovations are shaping the way consumers view major sporting events

Innovations are shaping the way consumers view major sporting events

December 11, 2017 | Kevin Cancilla

TV stations, telecoms and service providers are creating new ways for consumers to watch live...

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Why every subscription business should accept Apple Pay

Why every subscription business should accept Apple Pay

December 5, 2017 | Vindicia Team Blogs

Apple Pay usage is growing, and subscription businesses will be left behind if they don't integrate...

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Can subscriptions save a dying retail chain?

Can subscriptions save a dying retail chain?

November 20, 2017 | Kevin Cancilla

GameStop's subscription service gives customers more value than they've ever had.

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What will be the next big subscription disruption?

What will be the next big subscription disruption?

August 1, 2017 | Kevin Cancilla

Many emerging subscription services are simply repackaging of existing products: games, media,...

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How subscription billing can save a popular music provider

How subscription billing can save a popular music provider

April 6, 2016 | Vindicia Team Blogs

SoundCloud now offers a subscription service to satisfy users and record companies and settle its...

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19-digit Visas and "2-digit" MasterCards

19-digit Visas and "2-digit" MasterCards

March 1, 2016 | Vindicia Team Blogs

There are a couple of changes coming in the credit card space that are "small" to consumers, but...

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