Disney completed its $71 billion acquisition of 21st Century Fox’s film and TV studios, cable networks and other assets last month. In this report, we have looked at four key questions arising from the deal as the media company pivots its strategy direct-to-consumer.
- What are the assets Disney has acquired and what will they mean for the company’s media networks and filmed entertainment divisions?
- Which of the Fox assets will be kept and which could be sold off?
- As Disney prepares to pivot further towards the consumer with its ESPN+, and Disney+ ventures, what part will Hulu play?
- What does this merger mean for the online streaming platforms – and Netflix in particular?
List of tables and charts:
- The new Walt Disney Co
- The new Disney: FY 2018 revenues by segment
- Channel counts by group
- Upcoming film releases
- 2018/2019 US network season productions
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