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Sports Illustrated Announces "All Access" Digital Subscription Plan
Published February 11, 2011
The "All Access" plan expands significantly from SI's tablet-based access to date, which had been generally limited to its iPad application and is still sold only on a per-issue basis. "This announcement is completely representative of where we're going and what we're looking to do on these new platforms," said Time Inc. Exec VP and Chief Digital Officer Randall Rothenberg. Time Inc. has been unable to come to terms with Apple Inc. on subscription offerings through iTunes, with pricing, billing and customer data believed to be among the sticking points, though negotiations continue.
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