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Reuters launches research subscriptions for individuals

According to Axios, Reuters is launching a new subscription research business called Reuters Insight that will be geared toward individuals making corporate strategy decisions. The new business unit becomes Reuters’ first-ever subscription business aimed at individuals rather than whole enterprises. It will launch in the insurance sector, followed by pharmaceuticals, automotive, sustainability and supply chain.

Best media newsletters to follow

The Fix has compiled a list of media newsletters to subscribe to and we are very happy to be included with some of our own favourites. It’s amazing to appear alongside Axios, Reuters and The Rebooting , but there’s also one newsletter on the list that I hadn’t heard of before. RQ1 is a monthly newsletter summarising the most interesting recent research on journalism and media and I’ve subscribed!

Netflix is adding ads in 2022 with help from Microsoft

In a report that had me thinking this might be a Stranger Things’ promo, Netflix has announced that 80’s personal computing pioneer Microsoft will be its “global advertising technology and sales partner” when it rolls out its ad-supported streaming option. Netflix hasn’t announced a date for the cheaper tier’s rollout, but it is rumoured it could be before the end of 2022.

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