Hearst’s latest digital subs foray is $100 per year exercise videos

A 20-person team at Hearst Magazines has brought four different consumer products to market since last October. It sees a mandate to serve the needs of its existing audience. The post Hearst’s latest digital subs foray is $100 per year exercise videos appeared first on Digiday. Continue reading at 'Digiday'

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Hearst’s Latest Digital Subs Foray Is $100 Per Year Exercise Videos

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