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Netflix was by far the best performer in the S&P 500 during the decade among companies currently in the index.
NBCUniversal is looking to differentiate its streaming service Peacock from rivals through its pricing structure and user interface.
Julia Boorstin reports on what could be a major blockbuster weekend for Disney as the latest Star Wars’ movie debuts in theaters.
Disney announced in November that Disney+ had 10 million signups after its first day.
The analysts increased their expectations from 14.3 million subscribers following healthy app downloads and better than expected subscriptions indicated by Verizon.
Julia Boorstin reports on the record setting opening weekend “Frozen 2” set at the box office.
Disney’s “Frozen II” catapulted to the top of the weekend box office with a $127 million opening-weekend haul in the United States.
Julia Boorstin give us a preview on Disney’s “Frozen II” and if can warm up a chilly box office.
Thousands of Disney+ user accounts have been stolen by hackers and put up for sale on the dark web, according to multiple reports.
Family-friendly flicks like “Elf,” “Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer” and “Frosty the Snowman” won’t appear on popular platforms like Netflix, Disney+ or Amazon Prime Video this holiday season.
Julia Boorstin reports on how media companies are looking to battle back against the cord cutting and streaming industry.
Julia Boorstin reports on Disney Plus debut in the streaming industry and how it initially saw some technical glitches but plans to compete with Netflix and other streaming powerhouses with their vast library of content.
Disney+ appears to have been hit by some technical errors just a few hours into its official launch on Tuesday.
With a massive library of popular shows and movies from Pixar, Star Wars, Marvel and more, Disney+ is poised to be Netflix’s biggest competitor when it launches on Tuesday.
Disney fires on all cylinders in its latest quarter and with its streaming service coming soon can the company continue its strong run? Julia Boorstin has more for us.