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ESPN May Be Available Without Cable, Get The Details

There isn?t a great way for most cable cutters to view live sports. But that all could be changing soon. Disney President Bob Iger, the head of ESPN?s parent company, recently said that ESPN could eventually be sold without the burden of a heavy cable bundle.Click To Continue Reading

ESPN could be sold directly to fans, Disney CEO says

7 months agoSports : The Early Lead

What does the future hold for ESPN, the “worldwide leader” that has been letting high-priced, highly visible talent go in widely-scrutinized cost-cutting moves this summer? Bob Iger, the head of ESPN’s parent company Walt Disney, sees continued unbundling by consumers and envisions a time when the network’s content could be sold directly to consumers, the […]

ESPN could be offered as standalone channel on Apple TV, says Disney CEO – but don’t hold your breath

7 months agoTechnology / Apple : 9 to 5 Mac

Disney could respond to the increase trend toward cord-cutting by offering direct consumer access to ESPN, says Bob Iger, CEO of The Walt Disney Company. This could potentially make it available as a standalone channel on Apple TV, rather than something you can only get if you subscribe to a cable package that includes it. […]

Newswire: Marvel and Star Wars attractions to be featured at Shanghai Disneyland

Disney CEO Bob Iger has shared detailed plans for the currently-under-construction Disney Shanghai, according to The Hollywood Reporter. In his presentation, Iger said that the theme park will include both Marvel and Star Wars-themed...Show More Summary

Shanghai Disney Resort To Include ‘Star Wars’, Marvel & ‘Tron’ Attractions

Disney Chairman and CEO Bob Iger today provided a closer look at what's in store at the Shanghai Disney Resort which is due to open in spring 2016. Divvied into six themed worlds, the $5.5B Middle Kingdom park will include attractions based on Star Wars, the Marvel universe and Pirates Of The Caribbean, among others. Show More Summary

What's new at Shanghai Disney? A look at rides, coasters and shows

What's new at Shanghai Disney? Here are some highlights from Wednesday's press event in Shanghai, where Disney chairman and chief executive Bob Iger revealed a massive scale model of the $5.5 billion resort, slated to open next spri...

What's new at Shanghai Disney? A look at rides, coasters and shows

What's new at Shanghai Disney? Here are some highlights from Wednesday's press event in Shanghai, where Disney chairman and chief executive Bob Iger revealed a massive scale model of the $5.5 billion resort, slated to open next spri...

Disney Reveals More Details for Shanghai Disneyland

7 months agoTravel / Family : The Blog Flume

By Robert Niles: Today in China, Disney CEO Bob Iger detailed the attractions coming to Shanghai Disneyland when the park opens next year. Iger, with a scale model of the Shanghai park. Photo courtesy Disney There should have been no...Show More Summary

Marvel, 'Star Wars' Characters to Feature at New Shanghai Disneyland

Disney's CEO and chairman Bob Iger revealed details of the new park at a presentation in Shanghai. read more

Shanghai Disney theme park to feature 'distinctly Chinese' cultural elements

Walt Disney Co. will roll out attractions based on "Star Wars" and Marvel superheroes at its new Shanghai theme park when the $5.5-billion facility opens next year, Chairman and Chief Executive Bob Iger said here Wednesday as the company kicked its publicity efforts for the long-in-the-making resort...

Will Facebook buy Twitter? Here’s What Analysts Are Saying

Allen & Co.’s annual Sun Valley media conference kicked off on Tuesday. Among tech industry giants like Bill Gates, Tim Cook, Elon Musk, and Disney’s Bob Iger, everyone wants to know: will Facebook acquire Twitter? Some of Facebook’s biggest investors are apparently hoping the answer is no. An anonymous source told The New York Post that […]

DISNEY CEO Has 'No Concerns' About Comic Book Movie Competition: 'We're Marvel'

DC vs. Marvel on the big screen? Disney CEO Bob Iger dismisses Warner Bros. chances at beating them.

Disney CEO Brushes Off Superhero Competition: "We're Marvel"

If Disney CEO Bob Iger is concerned about upcoming superhero-movie releases from Warner Bros. and Fox, he's certainly not showing it.

Disney Combines Digital and Consumer Products Into Single Division

Disney's Interactive unit has been considered an under-performer and CEO Bob Iger has vowed to turn it around. read more

Jay Rasulo to Remain With Disney as Adviser to Bob Iger

Disney said that Rasulo's bonus opportunity as Iger's adviser is also the same as it had been as CFO. read more

Disney CFO Jay Rasulo To Stay Past June 30 As An Advisor, With Same Pay

There’s been a change in CFO Jay Rasulo’s plan to leave Disney at the end of this month. He’s now going to stay as an advisor to CEO Bob Iger “at his current salary” with his 2015 target bonus “unchanged,” the company says in a three-sentence SEC filing.   Disney hasn’t yet named someone to replace Rasulo as CFO. Show More Summary

Disney CFO James Rasulo steps down

(Reuters) - Walt Disney Co said James Rasulo has stepped down as chief financial officer, effective June 30. Disney said Rasulo would continue to work in an advisory capacity to Chief Executive Bob Iger. The company said a new CFO would be named at a later date. (Reporting by Anya George Tharakan in Bengaluru; Editing by Savio D'Souza) Join the conversation about this story »

Disney CFO James Rasulo To Leave At End Of June

This noteworthy, but expected after CEO Bob Iger named Tom Staggs to be COO and heir apparent. Here’s the release. More in a moment: BURBANK, Calif.—James A. Rasulo will step down as chief financial officer of The Walt Disney Company effective June 30, 2015, it was announced today by Robert A. Show More Summary

The reason Disney CEO Bob Iger loves working with startups

The Walt Disney Company is all about the future. Back in 1937, Disney released the first-ever animated feature film: Snow White and The Seven Dwarfs. In 1995, Disney-Pixar released Toy Story, the first-ever computer animated movie. Just...Show More Summary

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