Goodbye, Ownership. Hello, Usership.
Over a decade ago, the newspaper industry as we know it was on its last legs. Circulation for nearly half of the daily papers in America were dropping by 2-3 percent a year ever since their peak in 1984. It got worse in 2010, when it had been reported that newspaper circulation fell nearly nine percent. Nearly every publication was scaling back, laying off journalists. People feared the disappearance of the fourth estate and the implications this had on democracy itself.
Intel has announced a new SaaS product, codenamed Project Amber, that promises to solve a fundamental cybersecurity challenge for businesses.
Subscriptions have seeped into nearly every consumer industry, from television to online streaming services. There are even services that help subscribers cancel all their subscriptions. But one industry has notably lagged: travel.
Peacock ended the first quarter of the year with 28 million monthly active accounts and 13 million paid subscribers, Comcast revealed along with its Q1 earnings results Thursday.