The big news of the day is that we now have a name and a publication window for the upcoming streaming platform. It will be called Disney + and should come to the market in late 2019. Netflix will lose a number of content – everything Star Wars, Pixar or Marvel – and serve as a direct competitor. The new service will feature a series of exclusive original shows and films as well as a Loki-centered Thor spinoff with Tom Hiddleston, a restart of High School Musical franchise, new adventures of The Universe Monsters Inc. and a prequel series to Rogue One with Diego Luna.
When Disney boss Bob Iger announced on Thursday a press release, Disney's media network revenue for the fourth quarter rose 9 percent to $ 6.0 billion. These networks include Disney's cable channels such as Freeform, ESPN and, of course, the flagship Disney Channel. Similarly, Disney's broadcast revenue for its Black-ish (1
The company's studio entertainment division continued to print 50 percent to $ 2.2 billion as quarters grew. Iger wrote the success of Incredibles 2 and Ant-Man and the Wasp with the achievement of these numbers (the fact that the only movie in the third quarter Cars 3  probably also helped a bit). In fact, the only place where Disney loses money is Consumer Products and Interactive Media, where revenue fell 8 percent to $ 1.1 billion.