Media Organizations Want Better Payment Terms With Apple

Digital Content Network, a trade body representing many publishers, told CEO Tim Cook as much

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Digital Content Next (DCN), a trade body made up of media companies including The New York Times, The Washington Post and USA Today sent a letter to Apple CEO Tim Cook Thursday following last month’s congressional hearing.

While testifying virtually before the House Judiciary Committee’s antitrust subcommittee last month, Cook said renegotiated terms, like those with Amazon that allow the ecommerce giant to receive a more generous percent of revenue sharing for in-app subscriptions to Prime Video, were “available to anyone meeting the conditions.”



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