As the focus on paid revenue models expands, so too does our report, and we are pleased to announce that FIPP will be increasing the publishing frequency of Global Digital Subscriptions Snapshot. Moving forward, we will be releasing data on a quarterly basis, with two major trend reports every year.
We are also pleased to announce that we will be expanding the focus of the report for November 2019, taking a more holistic look at all subscription media and an expanded data view on news and magazine media which includes bundled print and digital subscriptions.
We invite all publishers who wish to have their titles or groups included in our next report to get in touch with FIPP.com editor Sylkia J. Cartagena at Sylkia@fipp.com to provide key contacts who can assist us with data collection and submissions for features.
We look forward to you joining us on our continued journey exploring the valuable contribution that paid content strategies are making to our global family of publishers.
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