The deal would offer some outlets significantly less than they make through their own subscription services today; The Wall Street Journal charges more than $20 a month for various digital subscriptions, for example.
The news comes shortly after The Wall Street Journal reported that Apple has run into resistance from news publishers over a proposed revenue split that would see Apple pocket 50%. As well, the report claims that publishers "likely" won't be given access to the data gathered on subscribers, which may make it more hard for them to market themselves to readers.
Apple CEO Tim Cook alluded to more services coming this year, and this week we're learning more about what the company has in store for news.
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The company's premium news service will be integrated into the Apple News app, letting consumers subscribe to a bundle of titles for a monthly fee.
The Cupertino, California-based technology giant is planning a March 25 event to announce both services, according to people familiar with the plan.
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No single model has proven particularly fruitful, and a subscription service akin to the one expected from Apple may become a popular alternative. In fact, the service now has 85 million monthly active users and is the biggest news app in the US.
Regardless of how all this revenue-sharing works out, it sounds like Apple's video service will be integrated into the existing TV app on Apple TV and iOS devices.
CNBC also notes that the core of the argument may be Apple's push for a 30 percent cut of sales made through its service.
We've asked Apple for comment and will update this story with any response.
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