Fans have been anxiously awaiting any news on when Disney Parks are going to get more of a Star Wars presence as has been promised. Well, a little bit more of a clue has been given out by Bob Iger, CEO of Disney, and he’s let the world...Show More Summary
Disney CEO Bob Iger says the studio is mulling subscription-video services that would bring its Marvel and "Star Wars" properties directly to viewers.
Click here to receive Mediabistro’s Morning Media Newsfeed via email. Disney Exploring Streaming Options (Capital New York) Disney is exploring ways to offer video streaming products directly to consumers, CEO Bob Iger told analysts during the company’s quarterly earnings call Tuesday evening. Show More Summary
The Disney CEO tossed in the possibility of new direct-to-consumer offerings in response to a question, in a call with analysts, about the company’s involvement with Dish Network’s new Sling TV streaming service. There's “definitely an opportunity” for Disney to do something more involving ESPN as well as “other Disney brands…. Show More Summary
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Disney CEO Bob Iger confirmed in a phone call to stockholders that we'll be getting Star Wars: Episode VIII in December of 2017, followed by Episode IX in December of 2019. Only two years between each film? That's more quickly than George Lucas made either the original trilogy or the prequels. Hmm... Read more...
We all know that Disney has big plans for the Star Wars franchise. Upon buying Lucasfilm, Disney laid out their plans to eventually release a Star Wars movie every year, alternating between “Episodes” and standalone films. So far, however,...Show More Summary
Disney CEO Bob Iger says that 'Star Wars 9' is planned for 2019, revealing that more trilogies are being prepped for the future. [...]
By Robert Niles: Jay Rasulo just threw an interesting twist into the mystery of who will be Bob Iger's replacement as the head of the Walt Disney Company. Rasulo, the current chief financial officer for Disney and the former head of the Disney parks, is one of two leading candidates to replace Iger when Iger's contract is up in 2018. Show More Summary
Walt Disney Co. Chairman and Chief Executive Bob Iger's compensation rose by 35.5% in 2014 to $46.5 million, according to a Securities and Exchange Commission filing.
The compensation represents a 36 percent raise over a year prior. read more
The CEO “has driven spectacular financial performance and created significant shareholder value,” the board says in the proxy statement just filed with the SEC. Bob Iger’s package consists of a $2.5 million salary, $8.9 million in stock awards, $8.3 million in option awards, $22.8 million in non equity incentives, $2.8 million change in pension value, and $1.1 million in other…
Walt Disney Co. CEO Bob Iger is one lucky guy. Not only is he leading the Disney charge into a Star Wars future, he got to get up close and personal with the Millennium Falcon! We're not sure if Iger got to meet the crew but his Fortune cover shot gives us a pretty good look at [...]
Check out a new look at the upcoming Star Wars film’s new Millennium Falcon on the cover of Fortune magazine with Disney’s CEO Bob Iger gracing the front page. In the past couple of months, we have seen glimpses of the new Millennium Falcon in the trailer for the upcoming movie, as well as in [...]
Fortune got to work with ILM on their December cover story, featuring Disney's CEO Bob Iger. The cover itself has Iger against a computer generated version of the Millennium Falcon. The opening photo, however, it's a shot of Iger composed over a photo of the set with the real Falcon. Pretty damn cool. Read more...
Late Apple cofounder Steve Jobs found a "true partner" in Bob Iger, according to a new profile of the Disney chief executive, with Jobs going so far as to hand-pick Iger to succeed him on Apple's board of directors.
The cover of Fortune's January edition showcases an interview with Disney CEO Bob Iger and his "Empire of Tech," focusing on Disney's growing media empire with acquisitions of brands such as Star Wars, Indiana Jones, and Marvel expanding the company's already considerable reach over the past few years. Show More Summary
Well, technically, it’s in the background of Disney CEO Bob Iger‘s Fortune cover, but we all know who the real star is. Iger has overseen the acquisitions of Pixar, Marvel, and Lucasfilm so you kind of have to allow him that knowing smirk. Disney’s future is looking much brighter with that added trilogy of talent […]
There are two cool pieces of Star Wars news for you on this last Monday of 2014. First up, Disney CEO Bob Iger appeared on the cover of Fortune Magazine with his $4 billion dollar co-star, the Millennium Falcon. Then, inside, there’s a very cool new look at the Falcon from the ground level. Show More Summary
Dinsey's CEO visits one of the gretest movie spaceships in history. Read the full article on AICN Fortune magazine has a piece with Disney CEO Bob Iger, which features a photo of Iger with the Millennium Falcon as seen in the forthcoming STAR WARS: THE FORCE AWAKENS. Show More Summary