After late 2019, Disney's upcoming streaming service will be the only place the public can stream Marvel and "Star Wars" titles, Disney CEO Bob Iger announced at a Los Angeles media conference on Thursday.
Snap shares are skyrocketing on Thursday, trading up 5.86% at $15.35 a piece, despite a lack of news from the company. Investors maybe responding to comments made by Disney CEO Bob Iger at a Bank of America Merrill Lynch conference on Thursday. Iger said that recent merger and acquisition activity would continue for Disney. Show More Summary
Disney is saying goodbye to Netflix in a big way. Disney CEO Bob Iger confirmed Thursday that the Marvel and Star Wars movies will move from Netflix to Disney's upcoming streaming service that's slated to launch in late 2019. Speaking at the Bank of America Merrill Lynch 2017 Media, Communications &... Read More >
Say goodbye to "Star Wars" flicks and Marvel Cinematic Universe movies, Netflix subscribers: Disney is officially moving those films to its new streaming service. Disney CEO Bob Iger confirmed the news during an appearance at the Bank...Show More Summary
Disney CEO Bob Iger ended speculation about the future home for LucasFilm and Marvel titles. [ more › ]
Disney CEO Bob Iger revealed on Thursday that the company will make its Marvel and Star Wars films exclusive to its Disney-branded streaming service, which will launch in late 2019. That’s a huge blow to Netflix, which currently has an exclusive deal with Disney. Show More Summary
Disney CEO Bob Iger announced Thursday that the company's upcoming Disney-branded streaming service will feature Marvel and Star Wars movies, and its app is set for launch in late 2019. Iger told a Bank of America-Merrill Lynch media...Show More Summary
Disney CEO Bob Iger confirmed the popular franchises would be exclusive to the company's upcoming streaming service.
If you want to stream future Star Wars and Marvel films to your TV, computer, or smartphone, there's only going to be one place to get them. Disney CEO Bob Iger just revealed that the company's new streaming service, set to launch sometime...Show More Summary
Shares of Disney are down almost 4% on Thursday after CEO Bob Iger gave a disappointing earnings forecast at a conference in New York. Iger also said that Marvel and Star Wars were coming exclusively to Disney's recently announced streaming...Show More Summary
Once upon a time, Disney used to be the hedge fund world's media darling. Not today, however, when at the BofA Media Communications Conference in New York, Disney CEO Bob Iger slashed the company's outlook and said earnings in 2017 will...Show More Summary
Films from Marvel and Star Wars that now go to Netflix will move to Disney’s planned ad-free direct-to-consumer streaming service, CEO Bob Iger said today at an investor gathering. “We’re going to launch big, and we’re going to launch hot” by late 2019, he told the Bank of America Merrill Lynch 2017 Media, Communications & Entertainment Conference. Show More Summary
Disney CEO Bob Iger released a statement on Tuesday condemning the Trump administration's decision to end the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program, or DACA. "The Dreamers impacted by this cruel and misguided decision make significant...Show More Summary
By Robert Niles: Two years ago, Disney CEO Bob Iger told company shareholders that Disney would rename its Disney's Hollywood Studios theme park at the Walt Disney World Resort for the second time. But we haven't heard anytime from Disney about a name change since. Show More Summary
Four of Disney’s top execs just agreed to contract extensions, potentially maintaining stability in the C-Suite as CEO Bob Iger prepares to leave in July 2019. General Counsel Alan Braverman will stay to July 2, 2019 (from his previous end date of March 31, 2018), according to an SEC filing. Show More Summary
After his many years in the spotlight, Disney CEO Bob Iger seems to have a thick hide when it comes to dealing with critics. Well, most of them. BTIG analyst Rich Greenfield appears to have gotten under the CEO’s skin following a series...Show More Summary
Bob, First, I hope you don’t mind if I call you Bob. “Mr. Iger” seems too formal, even for the CEO of the Walt Disney Company. So, Bob, I’m writing this letter to you in regards to the exciting news you announced earlier this week: that...Show More Summary
On Tuesday, Disney announced that it would break its exclusive movie streaming deal with Netflix in 2019, and launch its own streaming service. On Disney's earnings call, CEO Bob Iger clarified that exactly how much Disney content will...Show More Summary
Despite nominally being under the same corporate banner, Marvel and "Star Wars" could be spun off into their own streaming services separate from one Disney announced this week, according to Disney CEO Bob Iger.
During its quarterly earnings call on Tuesday, The Walt Disney Company's CEO, Bob Iger, announced that the company will start its own streaming service when its current deal with Netflix ends. Additionally, the company is looking to create a multisport streaming service for ESPN by early 2018. The news comes a day after CBS' earnings...