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  • In the news this past week: Media Walt Disney's movie studio delivered record performance for its most recent financial year, ended September, as did the company as a whole, but investors are still
  • 12th May 2021: Disney's premium-priced streaming service Hulu promoted Scott Donaton to the role of SVP & head of marketing. He was previously VP head of creative. The promotion follows the departure
  • The three-way battle between Fox, Disney and Comcast rages on. In a move that was intended to crush a rival offer from Comcast, 21st Century Fox raised its offer to acquire the shares it doesn't own in
  • Trade source The Hollywood Reporter revealed that Disney is being held to ransom over an unnamed upcoming release, rumoured to be the new Pirates of the Caribbean sequel, due for theatrical release next
  • from Sky's part-owner Fox in partnership with Walt Disney. In an unprecedented move for a business of this size, UK regulators called the auction to end months of bid and counter-bid between the two sides.
  • Walt Disney promoted Asad Ayaz to the role of chief marketing officer for theatrical division Walt Disney Studios. He was previously SVP, marketing, and succeeds Ricky Strauss who was named as president
  • leaving the way open for Walt Disney to clinch that deal. Fox has already accepted Disney's bid and has shown a clear preference for that deal over a rival arrangement with Comcast. However, at the same
  • Disney fired James Gunn, director and chief architect of its highly lucrative Guardians of the Galaxy franchise, after offensive tweets send by him almost a decade ago - before he worked for Disney/Marvel
  • Walt Disney came back hard to defend its proposed acquisition of Fox entertainment assets. It raised its original offer of $52.4bn in stock to around $71bn, of which half will now be in cash. That's a
  • including Sky, to the Walt Disney Company. A rival offer subsequently materialised from Comcast, and the three companies began jockeying for control of the business. Comcast was ultimately successful,

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