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Disney’s potential Netflix acquisition could do wonders for ESPN

Disney CEO Robert Iger was in Boston on Wednesday as the keynote speaker at the Boston College Chief Executives Club to talk about all of the things the entertainment behemoth is up to. That includes reports of Disney potentially acquiring Twitter or Netflix, neither of which he would comment on. Even without an answer, the […] The post Disney’s potential Netflix acquisition could do wonders for ESPN appeared first on Awful Announcing.
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