Disney loses its Indian Premier League streaming rights
Disney is under pressure on concerns that subscriber growth in the company's streaming app will slowEven as the stock slides, many analysts see an opportunity to buy, given the...
Things have gone from bad to worse for Disney (DIS) stock, which is now at risk of falling below $100 per share. It's been the perfect storm of headwinds since the pandemic began...
The Walt Disney Company is a worldwide entertainment company. The Company’s segments include Disney Media and Entertainment Distribution (DMED), and Disney Parks, Experiences and Products (DPEP). The DMED segment encompasses the Company’s global film and episodic television content production and distribution activities. The Company’s DMED’s lines of business consists of Linear Networks, Direct-to-Consumer and Content Sales/Licensing. The Company’s DPEP segment business consists of sale of admissions to theme parks, the sale of food, beverage and merchandise at its theme parks and resorts, sales of cruise vacations, sales and rentals of vacation club properties, royalties from licensing its intellectual properties (IP) for use on consumer goods and the sale of branded merchandise. The Content Sales/Licensing business consist of selling film and episodic television content in the television and subscription video-on-demand (TV/SVOD) and home entertainment markets.