Walt Disney Co’s popular and fast-growing streaming service, Disney+, is coming to South Africa. The platform will be available sometime in the middle of 2022.
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As earnings season begins, one of the biggest emerging storylines is that Netflix’s most formidable rivals, led by Walt Disney, already may be starting to falter. If Disney can’t get to where Netflix is, can anyone?
The Crown captured the Golden Globe award for best television drama series, making Netflix the early leader in an awards season disrupted by the coronavirus pandemic.
Walt Disney Co is readying dozens of new shows for its Disney+ streaming service, aiming to keep up a growth run that has propelled subscriptions past 86.8 million.
Whatever Netflix’s second quarter results show, it’s clear that the Covid-19 crisis is fortifying the company’s lead in streaming TV entertainment.
European police busted an illegal streaming ring that provided service to two million people and was so sophisticated that it had its own customer service team.
Walt Disney Co’s top streaming executive, Kevin Mayer, will leave the entertainment and theme parks giant to become the CEO of TikTok, the popular video app owned by China’s ByteDance.
For years, television executives have fretted there is too much TV. Now, with the coronavirus looming large, they are worried there might not be enough.
The video entertainment industry’s struggle to adapt to the new terminology sparked a merger mania that has rapidly condensed the market for pay-television services into the hands of a powerful few.
The media ecosystem is undergoing a massive change as streaming video looks to extend its recent dominance over traditional distribution, according to research firm MoffettNathanson.