Digital content next, an industry group representing the New York Times, the Washington Post, the Wall Street Journal and other major media, posted the email on its website to Apple CEO Tim Cook. < / P > < p > Apple typically takes a 15% to 30% share from news publishers for first paid subscriptions to apps in the app store. However, Apple has also lowered the rate for Amazon. At a hearing held by the House Judiciary Committee last month, Cook said that all developers could enjoy preferential rates as long as certain conditions were met. In an email to cook on Thursday, Jason king, CEO of DCN, said news publishers were entitled to the same treatment for Amazon Prime video’s preferential terms in the app store. “I want to make it clear what conditions Amazon can enjoy preferential treatment because it meets the conditions. DCN member companies that meet the same conditions should also receive the same treatment. ” < / P > < p > this email quotes the communication between Apple executive eddy cue and Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos. The two companies have reached an agreement that Apple will receive a 15% revenue share for new users who sign up for Amazon Prime video through the app store. The email was released at a hearing on July 29. < / P > < p > a few days before the email, apple pulled Epic Games’ fortress night off the shelves for violating in app payment rules. Then Epic Games filed a lawsuit to challenge Apple’s rule.