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Ad load is one of the hot subjects in the TV industry right now, and ESPN and ABC owner Disney might be set to make a bold move there. Disney CEO Bob Iger said on last week’s first quarter earnings call that ESPN and ABC will examine...Show More Summary
Mark your calendars, Avatar and Star Wars fans. The House of Mouse has announced when theme parks based on the popular film franchises will open. In an earning calls this week, Disney chairman and CEO Bob Iger revealed that Pandora:Show More Summary
It’s official: Disney have confirmed that their long-awaited new Star Wars theme park will open in 2019, along with the release of Star Wars Episode 9. Disney Chairman and CEO Bob Iger made the announcement during Walt Disney Company Q1 FY17 Earnings call. Show More Summary
During an earnings call, the Disney CEO Bob Iger announced that the Pandora: The World of Avatar park will open on May 27, 2017 at Disney’s Animal Kingdom in Florida. This sounds really cool, but I…
Start saving your galactic credits! Because earlier today during the Walt Disney Company Q1 FY17 earnings meeting, Disney chairmen and CEO Bob Iger announced that both Walt Disneyland in Anaheim, California and Hollywood […] The post Star Wars Themed Lands Opening 2019! appeared first on Geek.com.
Disney CEO Bob Iger has seen Star Wars 8 and calls it a great next chapter in the iconic Skywalker family saga.
Disney CEO Bob Iger announced that Star Wars-themed parks at California's Disneyland and Florida's Walt Disney World will open in 2019.
Star Wars fans who have been itching to see the new Star Wars land open at Disneyland will have to wait a bit longer. In an earnings report Tuesday, Walt Disney Co. president and chief executive Bob Iger announced that the 14-acre expansion based on the blockbuster movie franchise will open in...
A Disney quarterly report has again missed analyst explanations, and they’ve again cited ESPN as an important reason why. We’ve heard that song before, from February 2016 (when they missed despite the company’s “greatest single quarter...Show More Summary
So many fans have been waiting for this kind of news to be announced with a lot of fanfare, but The Walt Disney Company did it rather quietly on Tuesday afternoon. Disney Chairman and CEO Bob Iger decided to let the opening dates known for the Star Wars-themed lands that will be opening at Walt Disney World and Disneyland. Show More Summary
Disney CEO Bob Iger thinks there are too many ads on TV, and he's exploring whether Disney's ESPN and ABC channels should reduce the amount of commercials. “In general there is probably too much commercial interruption in television,”...Show More Summary
During their quarterly earnings conference call earlier today, The Walt Disney Company CEO Bob Iger confirmed earlier the opening date for Walt Disney World’s Avatar-themed land. Pandora – The World of Avatar will have its grand opening at Walt Disney World Resort’s Animal Kingdom theme park on May 27th, 2017. Show More Summary
By Robert Niles: In a quarterly earnings conference call this afternoon, Walt Disney Company CEO Bob Iger revealed the opening dates for the company's upcoming theme park lands based on Avatar and Star Wars. Disney already had announced...Show More Summary
Disney CEO Bob Iger just told analysts that while he has “nothing specific to announce at this point” he’s “open” to the possibility of staying past June 2018, when his current contract expires. “I’m going to do what’s in the best interest...Show More Summary
Under pressure, the embattled head of the driver-for-hire service announced he would no loner participate in the confab. Reports said Disney CEO Bob Iger also skipped the confab.
Walt Disney Co. Chief Executive Bob Iger will no longer attend President Donald Trump’s meeting with corporate leaders Friday, The Hollywood Reporter and Deadline reported. The meeting will bring more than a dozen executives, all members of an advisory board known as Trump’s Strategy and Policy Forum, to 1600 Pennsylvania Ave. Show More Summary
When the president summons someone to the White House, they go. Disney CEO Bob Iger is not. According to the Hollywood Reporter, Iger was one of the only entertainment executives to RSVP and he has refused to attend a policy forum that was planned this week. He will attend a company board meeting...
President Donald Trump will have to find a seat-filler for tomorrow’s planned meeting with business leaders that make up his President’s Strategic and Policy Forum. Disney CEO Bob Iger will not attend the White House sit-down so he can...Show More Summary
Disney CEO Bob Iger’s compensation package for 2016, at $43.9 million, was down 2.3% vs 2015, according to the company proxy just filed at the SEC. But it was basically flat when you consider that the earlier period covered 53 weeks,...Show More Summary