Tag: Disney Plus

Disney Plus Racks Up 26.5 Million Subscribers

LOS ANGELES — Disney reported mixed quarterly results on Tuesday, with per-share profit declining by 17 percent and revenue climbing by 36 percent. Costs associated with building its Disney Plus streaming service occupied much of the gap. But investors and Disney’s Hollywood competitors were only interested in one number: Disney Plus subscribers. There are 26.5 […]

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In the streaming wars, everyone is winning

Glancing at the data from the first heat of the great streaming wars, it appears that each of the major platforms is winning in their own way. This would seem to defy logic and conventional wisdom, but it tracks well with what some analysts had been projecting. While streaming has been getting tremendous hype in […]

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Life-Sized Baby Yoda Statue Is Now Available For Pre-Order

Disney Plus’ The Mandalorian proved to be a huge hit. The series was highly entertaining and we’re sure that many are eagerly anticipating the release of the second season. However, one of the aspects of the show was actually the appearance of what has become affectionately known as “Baby Yoda”. Advertising For those who are […]

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How Much Are We Paying for Our Subscription Services? A Lot

Online subscriptions sure sound cheap, but what do a few bucks a month to watch TV shows, store photos online and stream music add up to? Quite a lot, it turns out. In 2019, we each spent $640 on digital subscriptions like streaming video and music services, cloud storage, dating apps and online productivity tools, […]

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How to break down TV streaming services to make sure you aren’t paying too much

Streaming video services like Netflix and Hulu are all the rage these days, especially for cord cutters. Many people who still subscribe to cable also pay for at least one streaming service. But how do you know which ones provide the content you want, and how much do you have to pay to get it? […]

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We Should Have Bought the DVDs

Editors’ note: This is part of the Op-Eds From the Future series, in which science fiction authors, futurists, philosophers and scientists write Op-Eds that they imagine we might read two, 10, 50 or even 200 years from now. The challenges they predict are imaginary — for now — but their arguments illuminate the urgent questions […]

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