Tag Archives: Bob Iger

Disney buys Fox officially

Early this Wednesday, March 20th, The Walt Disney Company officially acquired 20th Century Fox, in an agreement valued at USD 71,300 million. The merger between the two companies took place after sailing their sports networks in Mexico and Brazil, as ordered by the Telecommunications Federal Institute (IFT) and the Economic Defense Administrative Council (CADE). It [...]

Disney+ includes all Disney films

Disney+, OTT to be launched at the end of the year, will include all titles produced by Disney throughout its history in its catalog, as confirmed by Bob Iger, CEO of the company, during the annual shareholders meeting that took place last week. Disney+ will put together what we call our catalog products, movies and [...]

Disney suffered South American devaluations impact

Contrary to what happens in the US, Disneys international business decreased its revenues in 2018. According to Christine McCarthy, CFO of The Walt Disney Company, ESPN international business is so based in Latin America and South America. Currency exchange and fluctuations were what impacted on that, she pointed. McCarthey reflected about this into the last [...]

New ESPN streaming service to cost USD 4.99 in the US

Disney CEO Bob Iger revealed that ESPNs new standalone streaming service, ESPN Plus, will cost USD 4.99 per month. It will be launched in Spring in the United States. Iger said that the service will be available along with a relaunch of the ESPN app. ESPN Plus will feature 10,000 sporting events each year, including [...]