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Walt Disney Plans Further Layoffs as Covid-19 Weighs on Business

Steve Scott

00:37 sec | 15 hrs ago

Walt Disney Plans Further Layoffs as Covid-19 Weighs on Business

"It's tough tough Thanksgiving Thanksgiving for for Disney Disney themed themed Park Park workers workers who who have have just just learned learned the the company's company's layoffs layoffs are are not not over over one one that that with with CBS CBS News News correspondent correspondent Peter Peter King King in in Orlando Orlando Disney Disney Corporation Corporation says says it it will will lay lay off off an an additional additional 4000 4000 workers workers on on top top of of the the 28,000 28,000 already already announced announced last last September. September. Company Company says says the the layoffs layoffs will will come come during during the the first first half of next year, primarily at its theme parks. Disney Land remains closed in California Disneyland Paris is also closed because of the lockdown there. But Disney World reopened here in Florida back in July. The company's parks and Shanghai, Hong Kong and Tokyo are also open all with covert 19

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Fresh update on "disney disney" discussed on Steve Scott

Steve Scott

00:32 sec | 15 hrs ago

Fresh update on "disney disney" discussed on Steve Scott

"It's tough tough Thanksgiving Thanksgiving for for Disney Disney themed themed Park Park workers workers who who have have just just learned learned the the company's company's layoffs layoffs are are not not over over one one that that with with CBS CBS News News correspondent correspondent Peter Peter King King in in Orlando Orlando Disney Disney Corporation Corporation says says it it will will lay lay off off an an additional additional 4000 4000 workers workers on on top top of of the the 28,000 28,000 already already announced announced last last September. September. Company Company says says the the layoffs layoffs will will come come during during the the first first half of next year, primarily at its theme parks. Disney Land remains closed in California Disneyland Paris is also closed because of the lockdown there. But Disney World reopened here in Florida back in July. The company's parks and Shanghai, Hong Kong and Tokyo are also open all with covert 19

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Brightline Announces Plan Connecting Miami to Walt Disney World Stop

Coast to Coast AM with George Noory

00:33 sec | 2 d ago

Brightline Announces Plan Connecting Miami to Walt Disney World Stop

"A a stop stop at at a a major major Orlando Orlando attraction, attraction, Bright Bright Line Line and and Walt Walt Disney Disney World World Resort Resort have have entered entered into into an an agreement agreement to to construct construct a a train train station station at the shopping, dining and entertainment complex. Disney Springs. The station is intended to provide a convenient travel option between Disney and Bright Line stations and Orlando International Airport, Miami, Fort Lauderdale in West Palm Beach. And plan to stations in Evan Terra Boca Raton Import Miami Bright Lines expansion from from West West Palm Palm Beach Beach to to Orlando's Orlando's airport airport is is on on track track to to be be completed completed in in 2022. 2022. I'm I'm AL AL inspector inspector with with a a week week left left in in the the

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"disney disney" Discussed on Double Toasted

Double Toasted

02:48 min | Last month

"disney disney" Discussed on Double Toasted

"The right now Disney Disney's waiting on a black widow. You know that they don't have to do with that this sitting on that and not releasing some small things are smaller things like soul is coming. To. Theater. To streaming and Christmas but I think right now if bond is up going to. Go to streaming then. Marvel's going to be releasing black widow. On. Disney, plus. And they won't do it under that model of pay thirty dollars and then you get to watch it. For Free Five months later, three months later, whatever know they'll go straight to go straight to Disney plus with this because at that point everybody's GonNa do it after that, you're going to see some bigger things and no one thought you know the the huge juggernaut that no one was going to go, which is something like fast and furious nine or whatever that one's called you know once you see what they Just. Waiting on somebody to take that first step somebody to budge, and then what happened is going to change everything at least that's that's that's what I think. Now would that be a permanent change? I don't think. So because I think again, the big movies are going to have to go to theaters and that's what and when they position themselves to be out of misery. Worthy are the model of theaters will be. Better. In place, you know not not shitty seats not bad audiences. Better quality food. More activities within the theater when you had that going with theaters that I think that's when studios will say. All right. We're ready to go back full-fledged. Think everybody's kind of tired of promising numbers in promising dates because every. Shit changes with these big moves. It changes every two months. In theaters in October theaters and in November, in theaters and March of two, thousand, twenty, they're no one knows what's going to happen. So they're getting tired of putting those numbers out there. I think people getting wise now to to say that you're never going to reach those numbers. So excited about that anymore. So I think at some point. Yeah, these for the foreseeable future, these handful of films that we've been sitting on. I think eventually you're gonna see them in the stream and bond does what it does. Also, that money is a lot man that money helps to make up for a lot of loss of revenue from the theatres. Yeah well I think two things here I. Think it's really interesting. The reason they keep changing the dates because they're trying to maximize the amount of people can go see their films right. But if you do a wholesale thing like they're talking about, you don't have to worry about that anymore and it's purely judge you're gonNA make your money. Then they could still be a huge head and everyone wins the difference between something like universal doing fast and furious which I think is possible. Certainly rather trolls I mean that's universal not saying those. Apples and oranges, but but like Disney owns their streaming service so I can more believe that they would say, Hey, we can just off load black widow into Disney plus and.

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"disney disney" Discussed on The Jai Show

The Jai Show

05:39 min | 3 months ago

"disney disney" Discussed on The Jai Show

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Hollywood Remembers 'Black Panther' Star Chadwick Boseman

KYW 24 Hour News

00:58 sec | 3 months ago

Hollywood Remembers 'Black Panther' Star Chadwick Boseman

"One way to honor Chadwick Boseman after his death death last last week week is is for for Disney Disney to to build build a a theme theme park, park, Goldberg Goldberg says. says. We We don't don't really really need need another another frozen frozen land. land. How How about about Well, Well, Condom Condom honoring honoring Wakanda Wakanda and and Chadwick Bozeman's appearance in that he was the king of the fictitious African kingdom. In that blockbuster Black Panther. He died of colon cancer on Friday. The entertainment industry continues to really from Chadwick Boseman is unexpected death. We dedicate tonight's show to a man whose spirit touch so me at last night's MTV Music Video Awards, a tribute to the Black Panther's Star Impact lives at some N BA games played this weekend. Were also salute a moment of silence in honor ofthe Chadwick Boseman and that the Belgian Grand Prix Louis Hamilton, the only black driver in Formula One gave the Black Panther salute crossed arms over chest in Bozeman's memory. Steve Futterman CBS News At

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AMC Theatres postpones reopening again as summer blockbusters are delayed

KNX Midday News with Brian Ping

00:32 sec | 4 months ago

AMC Theatres postpones reopening again as summer blockbusters are delayed

"Is a new setback for movie theaters dealing with hardships caused by the pandemic transcends days after after Warner Warner Brothers Brothers pushed pushed back back the the debut debut of of its its anticipated anticipated blockbuster blockbuster tenant tenant again, again, AMC AMC says says theaters theaters won't won't reopen reopen until until mid mid to to late late August. August. Previous Previous date date was was July July 30th 30th Disney's Disney's Mulan Mulan and and now now Christopher Christopher Nolan's Nolan's Belmont Belmont hold hold chain chain has has delayed delayed it it again, again, Movie Movie goers goers will will be be required required to to wear wear masks. masks. They They do do go go back back after after AMC AMC reversed reversed an an earlier earlier decision decision to to make make them them optional. optional.

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Disney Fires Top ABC News Executive for Racially Insensitive Remarks

Wayne Cabot and Paul Murnane

00:24 sec | 4 months ago

Disney Fires Top ABC News Executive for Racially Insensitive Remarks

"Cut ties ties with with a a longtime longtime network network executive. executive. After After saying saying an an investigation investigation found found that that she she made made racially racially insensitive insensitive remarks remarks in in an an email email to to ABC ABC News News staff, staff, a a Disney Disney exec exec said said the outside inquiry found that Barbara Fujita also managed in a rough manner. Geeta had been placed on administrative leave from ABC News last month. She has called the allegations against her heartbreaking and incredibly misleading Fox News and

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Disneyland to delay reopening theme parks and resort hotels

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:43 sec | 5 months ago

Disneyland to delay reopening theme parks and resort hotels

"With a spike in in Corona Corona virus virus cases cases in in California. California. Disney Disney has has taken taken another another look look at at its its plans plans to to reopen reopen Disneyland Disneyland Man drives like that plans to open the Southern California theme park on July 17th have been postponed indefinitely. There was an online petition circulating to keep Disneyland closed in the mist of rising Corona virus cases in the state. But Disneyland officials didn't mention that in their state to see the tracks. Instead, they said they need state approval to reopen and it's still working to get support from the employees Union. Downtown Disney will still open on July 9th and Disney World in Florida is still set to open on July 11th.

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Dividend Cuts, Drone Deliveries, and Disney Plus

MarketFoolery

13:30 min | 7 months ago

Dividend Cuts, Drone Deliveries, and Disney Plus

"Happy Monday. I'll believe you if you say it's Monday. They all do together as we have discussed before it's Day I know it's Day and I think it's not weekend. That's that's how I measure the days now not weekend day night. Three categories so Dan. Let's talk some. Gm less toxic dividends less toxic drones and as we wrap things up. Let's talk about something that you just wrote about Disney plus in whether or not it can save Disney stock but let's begin with the market now at the time of our taping here midday Monday all the major indices up slightly in this as part of a month Dan. This has just been an incredible month for the Dow. Snp THE NASDAQ ALL UP. Big having their best month in years so I want to start there as an investor. Are You thinking about this market? Because we have the market just chugging along this month and at the same time we have most states still under stay at home orders so I don't think about the market in the short term and right now. It's so emotional. So if there's a tiny little hint if like a village in Alabama says it's going to reopen a gym the market bounces up in and has a good day Which which I like that that there is sort of an appetite for optimism. Because we've been through such a miserable time that said I'd be looking at companies that are going to do well during this and after or companies that you really liked beforehand that you believe will bounce back when this is over. So I'm not looking to sort of ride out these trends or see what's going on or figuring out where the bottom is a. I think we've got some reckoning left to come but that's just a guess okay. So let's talk about some of those companies. Gm General Motors announcing its suspending. Its dividend and stock buybacks now shares. Gm down around forty percent for the year Dan. Gm has stopped producing cars. It has not yet announced a timeframe for when it will resume production. Gm is producing ventilators and personal protective equipment. What do you make them the GM news that it will suspend its dividends and stock buybacks? Yeah I think it's smart to preserve your cash when you're not selling any product. I understand I got some blowback on the live show from people saying Oh but you know we count on those dividends. I get it but you can't count on a dividend if a company goes bankrupt so I would rather GM stays in business longer puts itself in a situation where it has more cash long and a longer runway because eventually Americans will need cars this will end and people who were putting off a purchase will buy prices are really good so if you need a car it's actually a pretty good time to buy a car But I am in favor of taking being cautious as you can be right now. If you're a company okay. So along those lines I want to ask you about Disney. Disney has taken some heat for not suspending. Its dividend. What do you think yeah? I think it's a mistake. Look Disney's in a good position in terms of their available cash but they've also borrowed quite a bit of money. I mean. They borrowed the money for the Fox purchase. So to be paying cash. When you're not operating it seems like an artificial way to prop up your stock price. And I'm just not concerned about Disney's stock price in the short term. I'm I'm guessing. Executives are who often have bonuses tied to Stock Price? Okay well we're GONNA talk more Disney at a bit. But first I wanNA talk about a new development in the world of social distancing. Ups on Monday announcing that CVS and ups will start using drones. Yes drones next week to deliver prescription medication to the villages retirement community in Florida. Now Dan you are in Florida. The villages is the biggest retirement community in the country now. The drones will drop off prescriptions to a location near the community and a truck will finish the delivery. So this isn't door to door but this is going from. Cvs to somewhere near where people live. Yeah I mean. They've been testing this it. I think it's actually in Virginia in some rural town with the idea that you could bring prescriptions right to the door and you're gonNA see combinations of this and Robo trucks and other things delivering but the villages a unique place. These are generally stand alone homes or row houses And it's an entire community over one hundred thousand people that are all at least fifty five plus generally a lot older. So there's a lot of reason to minimize contact for these people. But I'm not entirely sure how drone to a truck to the door. Minimizes contact that. That seems to be the same amount of contact of driving the truck to the community and bringing it to the door. I it's a little strange for me but that said I think you're GONNA see Niche use of drones doing things like this drone isn't going to like bring you a Burrito and put it in your hand but it might leave your cvs box at your door or on your balcony or some other location if you live someplace. That isn't densely packed city. Okay so when you look over the next five to ten years in someone who studies the retail landscape when you look at the role of drones are you bullish or bearish. I know you say they're not gonNA be delivering burritos. But what's the role going forward? It's going to be niche. It's going to be filling. It's going to be a supplement in rural places where it doesn't make sense to send a truck it might sense and it's obviously state ver- to send drones but I don't think New York City or Alexandria. Virginia wants a sky filled with drones. That seems like a recipe for disaster. So they will be used. They will have a place but drones are much more likely to be used and are being used by say Walmart in a warehouse to take inventory. That is a much safer. It's it's it's not gonNa hit a you know a random person walking by. There's going to be a lot of commercial uses for drones but it isn't going to be to replace the Pizza Guy. Okay and no beer and wine up. Maybe some here in wine but probably I don't WanNA drone delivering a wine bottle. Have you ever had to why not if you're stairs? It's not fun now. That just seems fraught with issues. I mean I don't. I don't think you could do that. You know what daretodream dare to dream of a day and let's Talk Disney. We talked a little earlier but I want to talk about a few different developments here including something you just wrote about but first Disney today announcing big plans for May fourth now may fourth They will begin. Streaming Star Wars. The rise of skywalker. That'll be two months earlier than they planned. And then Disney also announcing that the final episode of the Clone Wars and the first episode of the mandatory and documentary will be available on May fourth so with all that in mind. You just wrote a piece this weekend. Dan Entitled Canned Disney Plus Save Disney stock. So can it. Yeah and. That's a very melodramatic headline I will. I will put out that. The goal of headlines are to get readership because I actually believe Disney. We'll be fine. It's other businesses. We'll be okay but what I want to really point out is. People are underplaying. Just how BIG DISNEY CAN BE A? When they last reported they went from ten million to fifty million subscribers that wasn't even based on corona virus growth that was based on adding a few new countries like eight or nine countries. Netflixing one hundred eighty one hundred somewhere in that ballpark. Disney plus is probably at seventy five million. Now wouldn't shock me. If in year there at one hundred twenty five one hundred fifty million and their cost structure is dramatically lower than Netflix. Netflix has to produce like two hundred series of quarter and throw them at a wall. They have to pay huge money to comedians. A Disney can pick and choose a few series based on its named intellectual property. You're GonNa Watch the new show starring one of the avengers. You're going to watch a new STAR WARS SHOW. You'RE GONNA watch when rise of skywalker is released. They don't have to spend the money. Net flicks does. This thing is going to be a cash cow quickly. Okay so I want to ask you more about that. And specifically the net flicks piece of that when you talk about their cost structure. How long can net flicks play that game? They're going to have to play that game. It lessens as they get into every market and they've localized content. They don't have the expense of having to record dialogue and new languages. They'll have some shows in each market. Eventually they're in a position where they can may be cut their contents bent in half but their content spend six to eight billion dollars a year whereas Disney pretty much everything Disney puts out on Disney. Plus that's original to the service is going to be a guaranteed hit when when you're watching a show in the Star Wars universe. It is not a big surprise that star wars fans. Watch it So Disney is really in a position where they can keep costs under control there also in a position where they can raise the price pretty easily six ninety nine a month. That's a great introductory price. But do you really think families are going to drop it if it goes to nine ninety nine over the course of the next three years Netflix too. I think can go up to about nineteen ninety nine and that will help some of their deficit but these are the two winners in the space and for Disney this is going to be its biggest segment. Maybe as soon as as well this year it'll probably be its biggest segment because others are closed but in a normal year this will be Disney's biggest segment if not in two thousand twenty one possibly almost certainly by two thousand twenty two and Dan Netflix. Still growing like a weed for the last quarter. They added almost sixteen million subscribers. So one hundred eighty three million subscribers now for Netflix When you look in as we're talking here we're talking about Disney on Netflix. Do you think there's room for both Disney plus and Net flicks to succeed over the next five to ten years or if this were wrestling is essentially a cage match. Were only one of them. Comes OUT ALIVE? No these two already one. It's a case of whether there's a market for HBO Max and Peacock and all the other services out there. Those are going to be harder cells but remember as people cut the cord and they're still eighty something million Americans who pay for cable. That's a hundred to two hundred dollars comes available to some of those people already have netflixing Disney plus so they'll probably dabble in ad one or two secondary services. But I think right now. This is a battle for the bronze medal. I if somebody can establish themselves in third place. That's a strong position to be in. I'm SORTA not counting. Who which is a Disney owned property because who was gonNA get bondholders by a lot of people with Disney plus and it's probably going to do reasonably well and be a driver for Disney. There's not a of original content being produced on on who so it's not that biggest spend But Yeah Disney a net flicks have have already lapped everybody. What about Amazon? Should we include them in the Disney Net flicks discussion? How many shows do you watch Amazon? you know we. I think we we watch a fair amount on Amazon prime. I think really I forget it exists Amazon is the Ebay of streaming services. How you know you forget. They exist and a lot of stuff. That's really hyped. When you actually dig into the research and find out how many people are watching it. It's like three hundred thousand people and they have some shows I've been interested in. I hear good things about the boys. I think that's what it's called and generally I've tried a few things on Amazon and nothing has struck. You're not paying for it. I don't precisely see where it's a particularly big value add. Would you cancel prime if they got Yeah No. I'm not cancelling prime. Yeah it makes no sense to cancel prime because right now. I don't know I'm delivering getting deliveries from. I was like four times a day. Like that's I think of something. I go in and put an Amazon Order. And now you have this fun. Amazon of will show up as opposed to previously when it would come the next day so I just don't think it's a relevant service. I don't precisely understand why they pay for it. Frankly okay okay so. I'm going to count you skeptical of. Do you have a Netflix? Or Disney plus recommendation for me. Well if you haven't watched the mandatory and you should absolutely watch the delorean oriented so right that I also on Netflix. This is a bit of a sleeper but I really liked glow It's based on the eighties women's wrestling group very very campy. The original show actually a little dark and vicious really well done. It's one of those things where you could say. Well I'm not a pro wrestling fan. It's not really about wrestling. It's about the relationships between the people And my wife didn't like it so that that's I would say women would like it but in case of my life that wasn't true and my wife really really really likes ozark and I have not been able to make myself watch it yet. Okay Good Ozark and glow there you go okay for our desert poll as we wrap up here over the next five years. You're on a desert island and you have to you have to buy one of these stocks and hold it. So let's go. Gm Disney net flex. Let's throw in. Cvs and UPS Disney without a shadow of a doubt. Cvs would be attractive if they didn't just by a health insurance company which absolutely is is something that makes me a little bit nervous but Disney has the number one theme park brand families are GonNa come back to Disney up. Whenever they put out the next Disney movies avengers Pixar or whatever it is people are going to go see those. I'm not worried about that company in the long term at all. Okay well there. You have it Dan Klein. Thanks for joining me. Thanks for having me

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Will Disney World check temperatures at the gates? Bob Iger talks about how parks could adapt post-coronavirus.

Rush Limbaugh

00:36 sec | 8 months ago

Will Disney World check temperatures at the gates? Bob Iger talks about how parks could adapt post-coronavirus.

"Making plans for after the pandemic may be looking to head to a theme park what happens when those attractions reopen after the pandemic subsides this is the first time that all of Disney's theme parks have been shut down at the same time and executive chairman Bob Eiger Eiger says says the the top top priority priority on on re re opening opening will will be be to to make make sure sure people people feel feel safe safe they they already already do do things things like like bag bag checks checks at at Disney Disney parks parks Snider Snider tells tells Barron's Barron's that that they may have to do temperature checks as people come through the gates Uyghur says people got used to a new way of traveling after nine eleven they'll likely have to do the same for the Disney parks and other attractions in a post pandemic world

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"disney disney" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

03:06 min | 8 months ago

"disney disney" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Sure enough you can launch good evening what's happening below yes I'm here yeah I will for sure that warrants on you guys so all the work you guys doing you guys doing a fantastic job thank you click question I work with I work with Disney and because Disney was closed and all of that I would just one day and I my integrity to the stimulus package you are yeah I'm sorry you want to know about the stimulus package yes into it because I'm still employed to Disney but you guys you know Disney is close right right so do you want to know if you're because so you you will you work for Disney Disney is closed but you're currently getting paid right and you want to know if you're if you're gonna be able to get the stimulus check since you're getting paid if that's your question yes you are going to get the stimulus check that has nothing to do with whether you're working or not and if you are claiming that you can't get income based on Disney being closed you are eligible for for unemployment under the carers act okay what I should mercy even up to a hundred dollar check okay yes absolute you pay do you pay taxes yes yes yes yeah then you should absolutely be receiving the twelve hundred dollar check in fact I don't know if you're married or not but if you're married and you file taxes jointly you should be receiving twenty four hundred dollars well so is this four hundred per child you have children to yes okay so if you have if it if Pham if you're married there about fifteen year old and an eight year old okay so if you're married and you file taxes jointly you could both get the twelve hundred dollars which would be twenty four hundred and if you have children you are supposed to be getting five hundred dollars per child and I think the maximum amount is like thirty like you know for people that have four or five kids I think there's some the maximum amount is like thirty four thirty five hundred dollars but if you get the twenty four hundred and then you have two kids that are under the age of eighteen you'll probably get another thousand dollars for your two kids so you may you may be getting thirty four hundred Bucks or you guys stay in there but there is there is no there there is one cabbie ought to that whole thing though Peter if if that's if you make under a hundred and fifty five if you file joint taxes and you make under a hundred and fifty thousand dollars then you'll get the money are you serious we work with is that we may close fourteen dollars an hour well I mean I don't know what to do there you know forty.

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Disney CEO Bob Iger Steps Aside; Bob Chapek Named New Head

MarketFoolery

02:59 min | 9 months ago

Disney CEO Bob Iger Steps Aside; Bob Chapek Named New Head

"Let's move onto Disney some big news. Disney CEO BOB. Iger is stepping down as CEO but will remain executive chairman until twenty twenty one. Now Bob Chepe pack will take over. Chepe heck was the chairman of Disney parks experiences and products. He's been at Disney for a long time. Twenty seven years and we knew was going to step down. Yeah but still. This is a bit of a surprise in who the new CEO is. Yeah a lot of people thought you know be Bob. Eiger came out last year and he put something called the ride of a lifetime and he basically forecast that he was at the he was at the end of his time as CEO of Disney. The you know that he would be stepping down. It was not in the middle of the route of lifetime. This was kind of a a foreshadowing. The timing is really odd again. Given the corona virus and Disney Disney parks worldwide or about thirty percent of the revenue of the total profitability of the company. Like this is a big deal yet. A lot of people didn't realize you know the thought that the next leader from Would come maybe from Disney plus from the from the video side and they didn't they went and tapped a guy who's been at the benefit the parks. Yeah I happen to think. It's all a big conspiracy just to keep the Bob's in power feels like a snap. It feels like a snub to someone like Kevin Mayor. Who's been heading up Disney streaming service and Disney for so long has been saying streaming Disney placid future of Disney and to bring somebody in who has experienced running the parkside. The experience I've Disney is an interesting choice and the market doesn't seem to like it. But I I kind of do minus the Bob Bob thing strange but I think it's a good thing because as you said it's the parks in the experience that has been driving Disney throughout his entire history. And you don't want to put everything on streaming and ignore the extremely profitable important aspects. That is the Disney culture. That's created from experiences like parks the thing that's really interesting. And the Bob Eiger it. It's interesting to me that when Bob Eiger became the CEO. I don't know if you remember this but it was not a popular pick at all. It was not you know he was thought of as being the wrong guy coming from the wrong industry but what he has been. He's been a master capital alligator. Bought Pixar Lucasfilm's Fox Studios Marsa Marvel Marvel Tuck in acquisitions exactly exactly me transformational acquisitions. But people didn't realize you know people did not give him the credit in advance that that was what he was going to do. And I think one of the reasons that they went to the direction that they did is the thing that Bob Iger did that. People were surprised about is he really cracked the code on direct to consumer for Disney. Yeah and baby. Yoda and finally finally. We're going to see some BAYONA merchandise and other high not gonNA sell

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Is Disney Plus one of the biggest launches of all time?

The 3:59

05:51 min | 10 months ago

Is Disney Plus one of the biggest launches of all time?

"Launched in November. We've seen a lot of hands of the service was popular last night. Though Disney laid out just how popular in less than three months Disney plus was hit. Twenty eight point six million members. Now I know nothing about streaming so just Joan had just. How big is that really. That's really big like bigger than Netflix. Not Not bigger than Netflix but Netflix has been streaming for a decade. Netflix says at one hundred sixty seven million subscribers so twenty eight point six you got a long way to go still but Disney plus just launch like less than ninety days ago. Okay so in three at that as well. How many how. Many months away already from Disney killing Netflix. That's a really good question. Everyone wants to know that and we don't really know exactly except that we know that Disney is already like so they said it will take them five years to get to like sixty to ninety the only and they're already almost halfway to the lower end of that threshold so they're growing much faster than they thought. They were better than any expectations. The other thing. That's interesting is even though Disney. He plus launched in November got like these millions of subscribers mostly in the US net flicks is still growing in the in the US. The managed in in the midst of all this competition. They didn't grow a lot. People were not real happy with how much they did grow. But you're still adding members even as Disney's vacuuming up all these other people for streaming services. So what's really really hurting is cable. Oh no poor cable giants. I really got to feel it. You know I feel really bad for them. Missile where where's Apple. TV Fin on all this so they launched around the same apple. TV launched on November first and Disney plus launched less than two weeks later. And we don't know like it's apple they don't say how big they are the things that we can kind of cobbled together. We can't even coupled governor any sort of numbers. We can generally generally estimate that they have a lot of subscribers in the sense that they basically gave away apple. TV plus to anybody. That's device since September. Anyone who has a new iphone. Anyone that got you know something under the Christmas tree or for a holiday or a president. Whatever during that holiday shopping season They also were able to just like flip. A switch basically internal probably means they have a lot but that's no not paying them so so what's next like when are we gonNA see Disney. Plus you know maybe have a eleven joining the avengers or something. I don't know if that's going to happen. That would be really interesting crossover but I mean we do know that Disney. Plus it's going to be launching into Europe watching the Europe Europe and India. They're gonNA lodging. Your Evan Indian March. They're going to be expanding. Hulu to international markets markets. Right now who is only in the US. They're going to expand that next year they as in Disney Disney Disney owns who also Ho boy. And then in terms of originals. We know that there's going to be the first marvel original original series that ties into the marvel cinematic universe. That's first one's coming in August. The next season the mandatory ends in October. And then they're gonNA have their second marvel original in December so there's a lot coming up this year all right well next up spotify. It's still in the lead of streaming music services This morning spotify. It has hit one hundred twenty four million subscribers and that twenty twenty two hundred seventy one million people that are listening to spotify total Joan. How's that stack up with competitors like title and Pandora It's funny title isn't really talked about much because no one. It's not really music so Amazon. Music says they have fifty five million people listening that's not necessarily subscribers. Because he Amazon music included they said there are fifty million listeners apple in June so that Apple Apple Music has sixty million and so obviously you know spotify double that number of subscribers not to mention the fact that like it has more than two hundred million people listening every month. It's just it's a lot. It's the biggest subscription music service and the reason that they think that they can become even bigger focusing on podcast today. They said they were going to buy bill. Simmons Ringer like network which is a website for news. But mostly our podcast network at this point. Because you know every single title title's it's actually an interesting example but Pandora Apple Music Amazon music. They all basically have the same catalog staff. Titles the one that has like these exclusives from it's owners but obviously that's not really really working really well for them so spotify thinks that in order to distinguish themselves they need to go after not necessarily music but podcast. Because that's not the Gimblett recently. They've given it last year. They bought anchor last year. They budgeted up to five hundred million dollars to spend on podcast. Acquisitions why does spotify care. So much about podcasts. Listen how much would they like to buy the daily charge they do. You have like five hundred million dollars budget you start the bidding there. They lay podcast because they think that. That's a way to distinguish themselves from everybody else. And you know. It's also going right after apple. PODCASTS are called podcasts because of the I pod like dominated rock for a long time. So it'll be interesting to see as everyone moves over to streaming instead of downloads if spike can eat apples lunch. Well Yeah I've seen that for Apple Apple Music. The the bigger draw for their PODCASTS. Live radio station stuff right because that's what I've been hearing about it because there's news that happens on those Nicki Menaj goes on some rant. Like Travis Scott's baby like on her life podcast hey like Dr. DRE will say something new right there. I mean is that Kinda what spotify is trying to go after radio one. You're talking about radio. One which beats radio and I think I whatever. I can't even remember what it's called but That's it's not part of their subscription. That's like that's something that anyone can listen to inc for free and so it is a way to like drop interest but the main reason apple music it's people to subscribe is because they're in a responses offenses because they're on iphones and it's the default saying

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Disney Plus Reaches 28.6 Million Subscribers, Hulu Hits 30.4 Million

The Frame

03:09 min | 10 months ago

Disney Plus Reaches 28.6 Million Subscribers, Hulu Hits 30.4 Million

"Hulu obviously does not have as many subscribers as Netflix expert has made some material gains. How has done over the last year or so in terms of subscribers and as clear what its identity is going to be within the Disney universe? It's double that subscribers more or less in the last three years it's now of thirty million subscribers which is much smaller than net flicks in the. US can about half half the size but still very strong and it's been growing more quickly than net flicks the past couple years because as Netflix since reached something of a saturation point who has seen an opportunity. Now some of that. It has been through investments in original programming. The popularity of a show like handmaid's tale Some of it is through really steep discounting. Who's done these black Friday deals where you can get a year's subscription for like a dollar a month and that's really helped as for and where it fits in Disney? I think it is both clear and unclear. I know that's sort of a cop out answer answer but look Hulu. Is the home for more adult programming relative to what is on Disney plot so all the shows from places like the FX cable network which has had more violent more mature themes those fit on Hulu? They don't sit on. Disney plus Disney is very protective of the Clinical Disney brand and that stands for family friendly entertainment. And there's a lot of programming that will work in a streaming environment that comes from different divisions of both Disney and Fox that might not work on Disney Disney plus but works quite well on Hulu but I think Disney will have these tricky questions with certain projects what fits wear. And it's why I assume the company company will really push this bundled offering. Where you you get Hulu and Disney plus together I'm curious how Disney looked at streaming as an overall business disney? The Essay Movie Studio has focused on brands like marvel and Lucas and Pixar how important is streaming going forward with Hulu Disney plus ESPN and in terms of the company's overall future strategy. It's it's really really important. Because Disney is a public company public companies ket measured by investors based on their future growth potential and Disney had run into this this tricky player. Even though it's movie business was dominating Hollywood the cable TV business which had been one of one of if not it's most important growth engine for many many years was starting to sputter because of cord cutting because of Netflix. In all of the all of this competition and so it has sold Wall Street on the idea that streaming is going to be that engine going forward much as net flicks has made made a ton of money or at least its market. Capitalization has increased by billions of dollars because of its growth. Disney now wants to draft off a similar phenomenon. And we've seen Zeenat. I mean every time Disney has reported its financial results in the past couple of years it has been able to sort of distract people from whatever the underlying numbers are about the business with some kind of shiny new toy about what's happening in streaming everything from the fact that there was going to be streaming service to some of the shows the fact that it was taking movies off of net flicks and this has really pleased Wall Street so far it's working because Disney plus seems like a big

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"disney disney" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show

The Erick Erickson Show

01:51 min | 11 months ago

"disney disney" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show

"The real disruptor is Disney Disney plus in one day Disney plus got ten and million subscribers the day it launched Disney plus got ten million subscribers so much so the very first day the feed was unstable. Netflix has never had a quarter a three month period career where it got three ten million people. In in fact Disney was able to get what net flicks is ever gotten in one day so net flicks has clearly a beat impacted by dizzy. I know in my house my kids both of my kids. Now I think The eleven year old in particular has deleted that flicks from from the I pat. He uses because he has to use forty more Denton. Doesn't want it. He just wants Disney stuff. He wants the mandatory and he's waiting for the Marvel series. And all that and I'm sure Disney will politically correct in woke him up and it'll be garbage but for a like they've done for their. You know we banned the Disney channel in our house. Because it's all a bunch of little Indoctrination efforts for for left wing cultural commentary where the boys and the girls are completely interchangeable. And the boys. I think like makeup as much as the girls. I mean. You just can't tell them we're just like nope boys are going to be. Boys girls are going to be girls in our house. You can't watch this crap. It's just it's terrible what the Disney channel tries to do to indoctrinate kids but nonetheless Marvel and Star Wars have not gotten there yet dot net flicks though has been impacted greatly. It has been impacted significantly. Enough that it's having to change the metric for who watches net flicks flick's let me read this from Marketwatch what does it mean to watch a show on a streaming service for Netflix. Now means watching at least two minutes. The streaming service noted in its first quarterly earnings reported. Twenty twenty on Tuesday at change. The definition of viewership while Netflix used to consider any customer that stream seventy seventy percent or more of a single episode or film as.

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Prince Harry pitched Meghan's voiceover work to Disney CEO at 'The Lion King' premiere

The PHP: Perez Hilton Podcast

06:34 min | 11 months ago

Prince Harry pitched Meghan's voiceover work to Disney CEO at 'The Lion King' premiere

"Talk about more Megan markle really. There's more my God. I did thirty minutes the other day. Oh boy there's way more of course and I'm sure they'll be even more. This is like an ongoing big story. All right as we spoke about and I mentioned I think. And and it's obvious one of the big motivators for Prince Harry and Meghan Markle to make this shift in their royal life. Life is for money and to allow Meghan Markle to work and she's already got a job. You know what the rules of the crown there established for a reason and or multiple reasons queen. Elizabeth is a lot older older than prince. Harry like decades upon decades. She's seen it all and she knows how things work. Very and Megan have really opened up. The most massive acid can of worms because now everything that they do actually is gonNA come under greater scrutiny for for example doc over the holidays and actually still. They've spent time in Vancouver Island at the home of some really rich rich Russian person and they have refused to reveal the name of whom that is their new role. They want to take part in there not abdicating. They don't want to abdicate. They still want to keep their titles and they still want to be a part of the royal family. They still claim to want to go on engagements for Queen Elizabeth and represent her in the UK and abroad so I would think that they should still will be transparent right so right now. They're not even living up to what they say they want to do. They're not being transparent. They were flat out asked by the media to maim aim that rich Russian person and they refused so time that into what I was starting with. Meghan markle just got a gig with Disney. She signed in some kind of voiceover deal going to do some some voice over project with them in exchange for a donation to charity however however as soon as I heard that the biggest red bulb but that the expression red bulb is that is that a that mashing mall. Whatever it doesn't matter we know what you know what I mean right? The biggest the biggest light bubble the the biggest warning or whatever went off in my brain. I'm like let me break it down for you all yes Disney's Disney's GonNa make a donation to the elephant charity and they're GonNa pay her DA. It's like pay me but I come with strings. I'm not going to search for free. You pay me but you also have to give a big donation to this charity. And if that's the case if that's the case I think they need to be transparent as well right given how they are positioning their new role. I think they're still public. Figures like politicians and they need me to be transparent and if they don't and they're not and then if it does become public knowledge in the future because Disney is a public company. It will come to bite them in the but this is GonNa Backfire in so many ways. I cannot wait to see it all go down. I don't think it matters. They decided that they don't want to take the royal family money or money from the people there and they want to earn their own money and they're still doing a little bit of both. They're giving money and taking money at the same time. I'm not really sure the bites them. It sounds like they're being transparent. They're just not telling you everything as most people don't you don't tell us everything of how your money comes in nor do I I just think they wanna be more normal in that regard and yet they're still giving. They're also like a politician and if a politician straight up asked about something and then straight straight up refuses to answer that's not being transparent however they are being transparent because they're saying we're it's tit for tat. We are are not taking the money from the crown any longer but we are taking money from other people. We don't have to tell you. We'll continue to work for the crown. We just won't take their money. We'll just do it free when we want to do it. So they're just basically hired work while this also that does bring up other and this is why I I didn't even mention this last episode. This is why it is such a complicated issue. Because in America there are all sorts of rules around this. Can you see that with trump children. You know those that like like the Russian whomever or like Disney there could be undue influence and access us to the the the royal family to the crown to the Queen bought through Harry and Meghan. That's a stretch. It's not a stretch. It's it's it's absolutely Louis Accurate yeah but they're not Americans. I mean she's not filing taxes in America. She is not living here right is she. Thought they were GonNa live in Canada or something but she's still filing taxes in America she has to legally. She hasn't renounced her American citizenship. That's how being in America works. If you make money you have to report your money right. Yeah Yeah it's interesting. I also I saw this video. That was wild last year. What did that movie come out? I don't remember but whatever the Lion King movie came out Harry and Meghan went when the Lion King Premier in London and video just surfaced that a fan talk of prince like oh I got this is how successful people do shit and not even having to do with like being the one percent of the one percent which Prince Harry is but a lot of successful so people they just ask for things and your that successful when you're that privileged if you ask for things people don't want to tell you know so so at the Lion King Premier Prince. Harry had a conversation with the head guy at all Disney Bob Eiger and you could hear you're him say did you know she does voiceovers. He's like no. I didn't know that he's like you did it. No like he said it twice yes and then. He's like she'd love to do voiceovers servers like way before this is all announced they were already working on these things Ah I love it I love it. I love everything about it. I can't wait to see how this continues to play

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Quibi spending more than a billion wading into streaming wars. Luring subscribers will be key.

Marketplace Tech with Molly Wood

09:41 min | 11 months ago

Quibi spending more than a billion wading into streaming wars. Luring subscribers will be key.

"QUBE was founded by former Disney Disney executive producer. Jeffrey Katzenberg Meg. Whitman is CEO. They gave a big presentation about the service last week at sea. Yes in yes Las Vegas. They've raised more than a billion dollars and signed up a lot of big name. Talent to create all new shows and movies but no video will be longer than ten minutes. At a time. I spoke to what minutes and she told me queries. Secret sauce is all new technology. I asked her to tell me how it works. Well the first thing is you know. People people are watching a video on on their mobile phone today but it's an uneven experience. Sometimes if you're holding the phone portrait it's a little postage stamp size than u-turn horizontally. It's got big black line. Some content is only available. Portrait sums only available in landscaping said for our use case on the go. Viewing we have to be able to have seamless portrait to landscape rotation with full screen video. And we figured out that it had to really be what we call script to screen innovation because the creators have to film a little bit differently. They have have to look at a shot and they have to say how will that shot looking portrait. How look landscape and then we make two edits of the movie? You Could Watch the movie and portrait or the whole movie and landscape but the gyroscope interscope in your phone knows which way you're holding the phone so we can show you the right editor of the movie and so we thought all right. We'll have the edit of the portrait the editor the landscape and we were going to run both in the background on your phone except for them. We figured out it would eat way too much bandwith and way too much battery life Susan. Okay got any other ideas us on how we can do this. And ultimately it came down to a kind of compression technology that when you are watching in portrait your landscape version is compressed and this is never been done before we have patents on it and that's why the experience is so seemless an so engrossing and then we shot obviously to the aspect ratio of the phone. Is there price pressure. Now I feel like Disney is putting a lot of pressure on a lot of services and you're launching at five dollars a month with ads eight dollars a month without. Yeah I'M GONNA have to come down. I don't know you know it's four ninety nine a month with ads seven ninety nine a month without ads we think that You know member we're going after millennial audience you know eighteen to forty four. We think that most will pick the ad-supported version because it's very light add load. It's only a two and a half minutes per hour of watching which is much less than prime time. TV which is seventeen and a half minutes of advertising for every hour that you watch and so for ninety nine we think is a good value for this premium content on their mobile phone and for those people who really don't want advertising. We felt like we should offer an ad free version Russian at seven ninety nine. Yeah so then. D expect that most of the revenue will be generated by the subscription We think that that will be obviously the base case. And we'll see how this works out. I think the majority will be subscription revenue But we'll see what made you sort of land on this idea of ten minutes for a long time in video radio. It was two minutes and then Youtube went to ten minutes for mid roll purposes. Is it for mid roll purposes. Like how did you sort of land on the part of this judgment but at the data that we used is it turns out that the average session length for the population worldwide except for China is actually six minutes so think about it to be spent five hours hours a day on your phone. You're picking up that phone a lot of different times and the average session six minutes. It's a little bit longer in China. So he said six minutes. So you know maybe our goodies. Abe's we call our content. Qubit should be between five and a maximum of ten. Can I watch on TV. You at launch. He will be able to chrome cast like you'll built casts is to your TV but we at launch will not have a unique apple TV or chrome. Google TV APP PER SE. Because really we think this is mobile. Only and when you think back to this portrait to landscape seamless full screen video. Think about it part of the joy of this. Is You get on the bus holding your phone portrait. Then you watch you know On the bus and horizontal then get off and you go back to portrait most people's. TV's are not going to go back and forth and So we think this is sort of an interesting thing new way to view and is uniquely suited to the mobile phone and then what about the content race. I mean that can be you know. I've been in content longtime. Yes it can be a little bit of money pit. Yes and you know and there's no built in library necessarily archive that you're working from. How do you win that battle? Yeah well you're right. There is no we will be the first streaming services that launches without a library. Because think about it. You can't take sixty minute television show and just chop it up into You know six ten minutes segments is all has to be shot for turnstile which is new and has to be written if it's a movie and chapters that has to be written in a chapter optimized version so it's all new which we think is actually exciting and fun but we have to make a lot of content. Because you can't come to see two or three things you have to field there's a world of richness and a lot of genres and you know we have quite a unique content strategy and so we have Maybe invested did significantly in content. And this is all about finding the great stories Attaching the great actors and actresses to it and getting them excited sighted about doing something entirely new so we will launch with In the first year. One hundred and seventy-five original shows every day we will will produce commission from our partners Three hours of new fresh content every single day which is thirty five five percent more than a network does in prime time so there's a lot of fresh daily new content on the on the APP which I think will keep people. We'll keep coming back for that. At least that's what we hope I mean I am listening to this as a person who does the daily show. And I'm thinking either your geniuses or you're crazy well here's the thing remember. We don't make any content ourselves. You make your own content for that I do. We have to pay for it. But we are leveraging leveraging the expertise of our craters studios were leveraging for our daily essentials where we curate news and sports and weather and lifestyle. We're we're leveraging the infrastructure of our excellent partners right and And so that makes a bit easier but but we have a budget. And we've we've planned for that and and you know we think that will Be The budget for the first year. Talk to me a little bit about the content. So do you anticipate that people will make short versions of things that they may be. Five years later turned into. Oh a longer project longer project. Let me give you an analogy in another medium that you will totally get Do you remember the Davinci Code. Yep The DAVINCI code is four hundred sixty four pages just one hundred and five chapters. Every chapter in the Davinci code is five pages because eighteen years ago. Dan Brown said people are not reading for forty five minutes now. They're probably not even reading for thirty and he said if you've got five minutes I want you to read one chapter got ten minutes. I want you to read two chapters but the thing I do not want you to do is stop in the middle of a chapter but nothing was lesser about the Davinci code other the length of its chapter so we like to say our movies. Nothing's lesser about the movies other than the chapter is the way we deliver them and then we have You know as I described our daily the essentials which we hope will create the daily consumption habit. We're going to curate. You know. Twenty five daily shows every single day From talk shows to horoscope go to news to whether to sports excetera and then The other kind of content we have is this unscripted episodic and documentary three shows and a perfect example. There is Chrissy. Teigen is doing a show her favourite show as it turns out of judge. Judy so she came to us and said I want to do Christie's Court and the tagline is no claim is too small and dumb and each claim will be ten minutes or eight minutes and And she's super excited about it and you by the way you can. You can't in our movies you've got to watch them. The episodes in particular order. But Christie's court you could watch in any order because they're not related to each other episodic so you really have like snack bowl and binge. Yes kind of covered exactly. Yeah okay why are you here. Yeah I mean considering your background ground what drew you to this. Yeah well I've been friends with Jeffrey. For thirty years. We worked at the Walt Disney Company together back in the day and then When I was at Ebay I sat sat on his DreamWorks Animation Board? So Jeffrey and I've been friends for a long time. And when he heard I was stepping down from HP after six and a half years. I told the board I would say five years. He called me and he said would you ever consider coming down and being the CEO of Qube. I said well I don't know I've gotta you know so. He came up and had dinner and at the end of dinner. Three hour dinner. I said this is a really good idea. It's a really good idea because what I look for in new consumer tech businesses. Is I look for other trends right. Trends are absolutely right is the market large. The market's gigantic back. And is there you know. Are you changing consumer behavior or are you just taking people to a premium level and is there a sustainable ainable what I call a sustainable competitive advantage. Meaning if we're successful and everyone else comes in how. How do we continue to win? And how how is that is that through the intellectual property. Well there's actually Largely through our relationships with our studios It is first mover advantage for sure and we have to learn how to how to create create this platform. And we've had to teach craters how to do it so we think we have A lot of barriers to entry because we will be out first by a pretty wide margin

Quibi spending more than a billion wading into streaming wars. Luring subscribers will be key.

Marketplace Tech with Molly Wood

09:41 min | 11 months ago

Quibi spending more than a billion wading into streaming wars. Luring subscribers will be key.

"QUBE was founded by former Disney Disney executive producer. Jeffrey Katzenberg Meg. Whitman is CEO. They gave a big presentation about the service last week at sea. Yes in yes Las Vegas. They've raised more than a billion dollars and signed up a lot of big name. Talent to create all new shows and movies but no video will be longer than ten minutes. At a time. I spoke to what minutes and she told me queries. Secret sauce is all new technology. I asked her to tell me how it works. Well the first thing is you know. People people are watching a video on on their mobile phone today but it's an uneven experience. Sometimes if you're holding the phone portrait it's a little postage stamp size than u-turn horizontally. It's got big black line. Some content is only available. Portrait sums only available in landscaping said for our use case on the go. Viewing we have to be able to have seamless portrait to landscape rotation with full screen video. And we figured out that it had to really be what we call script to screen innovation because the creators have to film a little bit differently. They have have to look at a shot and they have to say how will that shot looking portrait. How look landscape and then we make two edits of the movie? You Could Watch the movie and portrait or the whole movie and landscape but the gyroscope interscope in your phone knows which way you're holding the phone so we can show you the right editor of the movie and so we thought all right. We'll have the edit of the portrait the editor the landscape and we were going to run both in the background on your phone except for them. We figured out it would eat way too much bandwith and way too much battery life Susan. Okay got any other ideas us on how we can do this. And ultimately it came down to a kind of compression technology that when you are watching in portrait your landscape version is compressed and this is never been done before we have patents on it and that's why the experience is so seemless an so engrossing and then we shot obviously to the aspect ratio of the phone. Is there price pressure. Now I feel like Disney is putting a lot of pressure on a lot of services and you're launching at five dollars a month with ads eight dollars a month without. Yeah I'M GONNA have to come down. I don't know you know it's four ninety nine a month with ads seven ninety nine a month without ads we think that You know member we're going after millennial audience you know eighteen to forty four. We think that most will pick the ad-supported version because it's very light add load. It's only a two and a half minutes per hour of watching which is much less than prime time. TV which is seventeen and a half minutes of advertising for every hour that you watch and so for ninety nine we think is a good value for this premium content on their mobile phone and for those people who really don't want advertising. We felt like we should offer an ad free version Russian at seven ninety nine. Yeah so then. D expect that most of the revenue will be generated by the subscription We think that that will be obviously the base case. And we'll see how this works out. I think the majority will be subscription revenue But we'll see what made you sort of land on this idea of ten minutes for a long time in video radio. It was two minutes and then Youtube went to ten minutes for mid roll purposes. Is it for mid roll purposes. Like how did you sort of land on the part of this judgment but at the data that we used is it turns out that the average session length for the population worldwide except for China is actually six minutes so think about it to be spent five hours hours a day on your phone. You're picking up that phone a lot of different times and the average session six minutes. It's a little bit longer in China. So he said six minutes. So you know maybe our goodies. Abe's we call our content. Qubit should be between five and a maximum of ten. Can I watch on TV. You at launch. He will be able to chrome cast like you'll built casts is to your TV but we at launch will not have a unique apple TV or chrome. Google TV APP PER SE. Because really we think this is mobile. Only and when you think back to this portrait to landscape seamless full screen video. Think about it part of the joy of this. Is You get on the bus holding your phone portrait. Then you watch you know On the bus and horizontal then get off and you go back to portrait most people's. TV's are not going to go back and forth and So we think this is sort of an interesting thing new way to view and is uniquely suited to the mobile phone and then what about the content race. I mean that can be you know. I've been in content longtime. Yes it can be a little bit of money pit. Yes and you know and there's no built in library necessarily archive that you're working from. How do you win that battle? Yeah well you're right. There is no we will be the first streaming services that launches without a library. Because think about it. You can't take sixty minute television show and just chop it up into You know six ten minutes segments is all has to be shot for turnstile which is new and has to be written if it's a movie and chapters that has to be written in a chapter optimized version so it's all new which we think is actually exciting and fun but we have to make a lot of content. Because you can't come to see two or three things you have to field there's a world of richness and a lot of genres and you know we have quite a unique content strategy and so we have Maybe invested did significantly in content. And this is all about finding the great stories Attaching the great actors and actresses to it and getting them excited sighted about doing something entirely new so we will launch with In the first year. One hundred and seventy-five original shows every day we will will produce commission from our partners Three hours of new fresh content every single day which is thirty five five percent more than a network does in prime time so there's a lot of fresh daily new content on the on the APP which I think will keep people. We'll keep coming back for that. At least that's what we hope I mean I am listening to this as a person who does the daily show. And I'm thinking either your geniuses or you're crazy well here's the thing remember. We don't make any content ourselves. You make your own content for that I do. We have to pay for it. But we are leveraging leveraging the expertise of our craters studios were leveraging for our daily essentials where we curate news and sports and weather and lifestyle. We're we're leveraging the infrastructure of our excellent partners right and And so that makes a bit easier but but we have a budget. And we've we've planned for that and and you know we think that will Be The budget for the first year. Talk to me a little bit about the content. So do you anticipate that people will make short versions of things that they may be. Five years later turned into. Oh a longer project longer project. Let me give you an analogy in another medium that you will totally get Do you remember the Davinci Code. Yep The DAVINCI code is four hundred sixty four pages just one hundred and five chapters. Every chapter in the Davinci code is five pages because eighteen years ago. Dan Brown said people are not reading for forty five minutes now. They're probably not even reading for thirty and he said if you've got five minutes I want you to read one chapter got ten minutes. I want you to read two chapters but the thing I do not want you to do is stop in the middle of a chapter but nothing was lesser about the Davinci code other the length of its chapter so we like to say our movies. Nothing's lesser about the movies other than the chapter is the way we deliver them and then we have You know as I described our daily the essentials which we hope will create the daily consumption habit. We're going to curate. You know. Twenty five daily shows every single day From talk shows to horoscope go to news to whether to sports excetera and then The other kind of content we have is this unscripted episodic and documentary three shows and a perfect example. There is Chrissy. Teigen is doing a show her favourite show as it turns out of judge. Judy so she came to us and said I want to do Christie's Court and the tagline is no claim is too small and dumb and each claim will be ten minutes or eight minutes and And she's super excited about it and you by the way you can. You can't in our movies you've got to watch them. The episodes in particular order. But Christie's court you could watch in any order because they're not related to each other episodic so you really have like snack bowl and binge. Yes kind of covered exactly. Yeah okay why are you here. Yeah I mean considering your background ground what drew you to this. Yeah well I've been friends with Jeffrey. For thirty years. We worked at the Walt Disney Company together back in the day and then When I was at Ebay I sat sat on his DreamWorks Animation Board? So Jeffrey and I've been friends for a long time. And when he heard I was stepping down from HP after six and a half years. I told the board I would say five years. He called me and he said would you ever consider coming down and being the CEO of Qube. I said well I don't know I've gotta you know so. He came up and had dinner and at the end of dinner. Three hour dinner. I said this is a really good idea. It's a really good idea because what I look for in new consumer tech businesses. Is I look for other trends right. Trends are absolutely right is the market large. The market's gigantic back. And is there you know. Are you changing consumer behavior or are you just taking people to a premium level and is there a sustainable ainable what I call a sustainable competitive advantage. Meaning if we're successful and everyone else comes in how. How do we continue to win? And how how is that is that through the intellectual property. Well there's actually Largely through our relationships with our studios It is first mover advantage for sure and we have to learn how to how to create create this platform. And we've had to teach craters how to do it so we think we have A lot of barriers to entry because we will be out first by a pretty wide margin

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The Circle of Flight

Uncontrolled Airspace: General Aviation Podcast

06:58 min | 11 months ago

The Circle of Flight

"Is GONNA fly x wing fighter. Office yeah over over the park mark. Yeah this is like this is wrong and so many different levels wrong a so. What is this job you found the the story? What's this is? This is also on the drive dot com section a section called warzone wars. But all of that having been said Disney at Disney apparently both Anaheim in Orlando has a a An event that they are they built someone one built and is operating A A series and I don't know how many of these things there are But these are are basically drums multi-role drones that are designed And shaped to resemble the x wing fighter from the Star Wars Universe. Yeah aw and apparently there's you know a whole Butler these things. I am a do synchronized Flying and this Kinda anything at night with lights and you know they have lights in the cowing and all that kind of thing And it's a thing now I I did see something somewhere that whatever the show was that Disney was putting on its concluded. Yeah and The X wing fighter slash drone thing. He's have been packed up and have been delivered back to their creator. Something like I'm waiting for them to pop up on Ebay. I think that would be a thing that would be a fun now. I see now I would from. What were you by by one of the souvenir store so so just to show you my dedication to our podcast? All right I actually listened to the video. That's embedded in the middle of this video from as you probably well well no There's just a whole universe of people who do Disney watcher videos and blogs and It's quite a quite a little a cottage industry of people who are following what Disney's up to And this one is what's it called Mickey give us all things. Disney news is the Youtube Channel And so I actually listened to this video although I confess I only made it about halfway through before I couldn't stand anymore anymore. But he describes that very similar to what you just said. Is that this. If these were flown at all they were only flown once in a relation to this big press event that they did recently where they were introducing a new ride. That's part of the Disney the star wars world that's at At Disneyland and But he seemed to think that this could well become a regular thing that they didn't go away. I don't know uh-huh and there's so many questions here it's like so we got Disney flying large drones because these are not small drones. These are like drones the size of a compact car right so drones that can carry five hundred pounds. Yeah all right and so you're GONNA fly them. Low over are crowded amusement park venue. So it's like isn't it against the rules to fly anything over a crowd. There's nothing that gives the rules for Disney. They've got their own T.F. Are Okay Yep. That's sort of where I was going. Here Disney Disney controls. The Horizontal Disney controls the vertical end. Maybe I don't know I I kinda like this. I'm a little resist resentful of how much control control they have over the airspace. What you just alluded to On the other hand I you know and Disney. I was talking to somebody on on some social media twitter or something. Recently we were. We were bemoaning. The fact that that Disney has so messed up copyright in America Trade. You know because they've been desperately. We're trying to protect Mickey and not let me go into the public domain And as a result every copyright is messed up for everything. That's a bad thing but on the other hand Disney does a lot of interesting things in terms of fun entertainment and technology that they've developed in order to do that entertainment so you know I remember. They used used to have. They used to fly ultralights over. The Epcot yawned in the middle of Epcot. So they did a light show when fireworks and sprayed water and stuff like that over that that that pond each evening and for a while they had They actually flew ultralights as part of that that that that show. I'm pretty sure I actually saw was actually present to see the version of the show with the ultra lights and it was kind of cool. They apparently operated off of the legendary Airport there is down in Florida. VERSION ORLANDO And the legendary A. F C or or Disneyworld airport there. That's no longer an airport But I guess that's where they operated these ultralights they've done this in the past This story JEB alludes to them flying dragon over one of his saw. That and I I think now you mentioned it. I remember seeing video of this. Yeah Yeah but that's an interesting thing and And so now they've got a drone a multi copter x wing. That they're going to fly I over what's this. What's this star wars world? It's got a name now planking. It's call I'm sure it's in here someplace galaxy's edge galaxy and but And here we are given Disney publicity. That they neither need nor paid for. Yeah and I'm still in the I. Lean towards Disney is evil side of that coin. So okay all right. Well that's now but this this are is Orlando. They don't have a t of are over Anaheim. Do they think so. No they don't have the same kind of is it the airspace over the Anaheim facilities completely different. I don't know well. Of course it is. I mean it's like within its nearby if not within the The John. John Wayne Charlie I would you know. I don't think it's in it but it's close to it. Yeah that's a whole different kind of airspace. The L. A. Basin as opposed to Orlando. So so. Yeah they're flying these things over again you know. Maybe maybe we'll see him on on open open-market one of these days x wing

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"disney disney" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

Newsradio 830 WCCO

01:58 min | 1 year ago

"disney disney" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

"Your kids contacts so in theory this means parents could stop the the kid from texting friends late at night or during the school day by scheduling downtime to run well then then the question how how long before the kids Hackett in override it because that's what I find like they're they're already one step ahead I got a handle on I'm like I phone some of the technology but there's new stuff every single day that I'm I'm hearing about their already a step ahead what our kids are I got three kids fun are cold is just turned five in the twins are three and a half that's why we signed up for Disney TV plus there's take my money Disney Disney TV plus this could be a good Christmas gift just created a new digital one year give subscription card so you can send that as a Christmas gift it's it's seventy dollars which is that it's about five eighty per month it would cost less overall than the monthly rate that Disney's currently charging for its standalone deal that seven dollars a month so does the TV plus you can what you can do is you can sign up for it as a gift card sent to that person seventy Bucks and then they get a year free of Disney TV plus a lot on there too they are more than now five hundred movies nearly seventy five hundred TV episodes in its library and they got what they got Marvel and Star Wars and all the classic Disney Disney films of open the vault so there's a lot on their we've we've been in that we we actually did the actually did the bundle package so you get that Hulu any S. P. N. now I just got a cut the cords and pay too much for content is nuts but so who always said there's all this content on Hulu that I had.

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Netflix, Golden Globes, Large Caps vs. Index Funds

MarketFoolery

08:11 min | 1 year ago

Netflix, Golden Globes, Large Caps vs. Index Funds

"We're GONNA look at large cap. Stocks Relative to index funds. We're going to pour one out for Paul Volcker but we're going to start with the entertainment industry the Golden Globe. Nominations came out this morning for film and television the most nominations in film I went to Netflix with seventeen. Nominations followed by Sony and Disney with second and third respectively. Most nominations in television netflix with seventeen. HBO Second Hula Third. And I will just add parenthetically broadcast television completely. Shut out of the nominations for television. Where do you WanNa go with this because I we were talking a little bit this morning about this? Obviously this is A nice feather in the capital Net flicks and I think part of the reason is not just because it's nice to get this kind of recognition but also because is for anyone who's wondering about the money they're spending on content. Ted Surround US can point to this and say no. I feel like from a quality standpoint. We're doing pretty pretty well. Yeah I mean I I. I don't. I'm not surprised by this. I mean it really feels like this is just Reiterates what we've been watching. Play out over the last several years. Just just we're seeing the old legacy providers really take a hit on the content inside and I think a lot of that has to do with just the fact they've been hamstrung by Hold School advertising models and limitations on the type of content that they can produce and we saw netflix trump in their early on the power of the disruption That the Internet is provided in a lot of other companies have started to follow suit I I don't really. I'm not one that really focuses or cares much about what award awards shows say or what critics say when it comes to content But with that said I mean these types of awards just even these types of nominations regardless of whether they win or not these types of nominations certainly helped get this type of stuff on viewers radars. And I think that is probably one of the biggest benefits of all is that it is more more or less free publicity. I mean I say free. Obviously they're paying a lot of money to produce this stuff but it is. It is publicity that helps get a lot of this stuff on viewers radars as we enter after this phase of just more content than we ever have time to watch. It's nice to know what is what is Bubbling to the surface there as as the must see TV and in films and whatnot. And I think you know honestly it feels like we've talked about this golden age for for television television. It really feels like films have had a tough go of it in and I think part of the proof there is just. This constant need to reboot everything in in. These reboots are just so uncompetitive from so many different angles It's nice to see your net flexes and Disney's Hbo's taken these Creative Moon. MM shots so to speak and seeing some of them pay off absolutely and I think you're you're completely right particularly when it comes to the fact that you know we know that smaller networks whether it's FX AMC. Some of these other niche. But I guess from just from a content creation standpoint in a way they are niche because they're not producing a lot of original stuff but part of their pitch to show runners. Is We can give you a lot more oxygen in terms of promotion. Because the fact of the matter there is net flicks. They're going to promote their bigger hits and bigger budget items more but just the sheer number of original things. It's the Netflix is producing in a calendar. Year is in the hundreds and so as they continue to invest in things like stand up comedy. There's only so much promotion motion. They're going to give a new comedy special. No matter WHO's doing it they're going to say. Yeah Jason. Yeah you've got a new hour stand up special. That's we're GONNA give you about three days worth of promotion. It'll be on social social media and maybe a billboard a two and that's going to be it yeah and so it is this This really does afford them as you said this bonus opportunity to promote. Oh yeah the Irishman Yeah. It's a long film but apparently it's a great film Because it's getting all these award nomination I'm so torn on the Irish. I want to watch it so I know I'm not. I'm not going to have the patience to finish it and it's like you know it's going to be just an amalgamation of a lot of movies we've already seen with these guys he is and you're going to kind of know how it ends anyway. So do I need to bother really and then you get Scorsese at. They're just begging you not to watch it on your phone but it's four hours man. Yeah there's GonNa be some time spent watching this thing on my phone netflix is a very interesting situation right now. Because is it has such a headstart on all of these other streaming services that are coming to market in HBO included. I mean when you look at some of these numbers regarding Gordon content spend it's actually astounding thing I mean. NETFLIX IS GONNA spend fifteen billion dollars on content this year. You compare that with something like Disney Disney plus right. They're going to spend about a billion here in this first year. Now that'll continue to go up. His time goes on They're just getting started. But then you look at something like comcast peacock which is going to be the end. NBC Service. They're talking about spending two billion dollars of the first two years to grow that service and really always always recognized that service for more than anything is probably just the fact that it's going to have the office wants. The office leaves Netflix. Six But my point is is that a lot of these other services. Don't spend nearly as much on content that can be an advantage or a disadvantage depending on what your perspective is. I mean Netflix. Netflix is trying to build a service. That scratches niche for everybody and so they have this wide cross section of content that they're building at a cost a lot of money to do that. And if that's GONNA be their strategy they're are GONNA need to keep on doing that. That requires a lot of capital. And they're going to figure out ways to raise it. HBO Peacock Amazon Disney plus to a lesser extent. I mean they are focused a little bit more specific world and what they know where the content spend might not be as heavy but their catalogue is going to be more limited and that's that's by design So then it is just a matter of how these all come together in and how we as consumers are are going to pick and choose which services we ultimately want price. It's GonNa take take part of it but I mean people are GonNa pay up for what they want to see in in so you know again. I feel like Netflix. Having such a great head start. It's terrific from the consumer side but now from the investor side. You have to start asking yourself. How much more can they raise prices versus something like a Disney plus where it looks like? They have a lot of room to raise prices but they're also just getting started. You mentioned the number of sequels that we've seen I sort of the the reboots that we've seen and I agree with you from a creative standpoint. It's hard to get excited about that from a business standpoint when you look at the box office numbers for this year here and the fact that right now. The Lion King remake is number two at the box office and for anyone questioning Disney's he's movie strategy you. Can you can stop because Disney is on pace to do about ten billion dollars at the box office. Is this year. The biggest year they had was twenty sixteen. Just over seven and a half billion and I'm not even including the Fox properties include those that gets you closer to twelve billion but it's it's really phenomenal. What they've built in and good luck to whoever gets to succeed Bob Barker? Yeah Yeah. I mean they've got their work cut out for them but I tell it is amazing that even when Disney puts out something that you might not initially think you care all that much about then at some point or another you end up seeing it for one reason or another and you discover wow man. I really enjoyed that and I mean the most recent example for me was over Thanksgiving break lake. Were down at the river for the holiday and we keep that house. disconnected from the

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'Frozen 2' continues to dominate box offices for third straight week

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:37 sec | 1 year ago

'Frozen 2' continues to dominate box offices for third straight week

"Weekends weekends in in a a row row at at number number one one for for frozen frozen to to Disney's Disney's animated animated sequel pulled in another thirty four point seven million in North America and those ticket sales boost its domestic tally to three hundred thirty seven million dollars it's the third movie this year to be number one at the box office for three consecutive weekends overseas frozen two continues to chant movie goers as the fantasy follow up fifty one billion dollar mark at the global box office I'm Mike for me this coming in second this weekend knives al followed by Ford versus Ferrari queen and slim and in fifth place a beautiful day in the neighborhood with Tom Hanks as Fred

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"disney disney" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

09:44 min | 1 year ago

"disney disney" Discussed on KQED Radio

"To the left it thousands of small independent cinemas around the world rely on screening these old classic movies accounts repertory faces a slowly finding their access to folks titles with held by Disney Disney wouldn't comment on this when we reached out to them but since they pulled twenty first century fox in March it his ground Judy been informing cinemas one by one Chris Korea is the executive director of we knew which ones the Princeton golden movie theater in New Jersey in America he says it's already affecting their business you know it really limits what we are able to show and it takes a wide swath of history away and there are a number of different titles that we show you know from family films to Hollywood classics to midnight titles to even special events we've had local authors and professors who want to show particular titles and talk about them and it becomes really complicated to figure out which ones are available and to have the whole fox catalog which is a huge part of film history completely vanish from our lists is is really upsetting because there are so many great films that we want to be able to show and yeah it really does a challenge to our our business and in terms of the actual revenue streams for your cinema how will this affect that special programs like these repertory titles make up a third sometimes you know depending on the season almost half of our income and access to these titles is super important if we don't have the ability to show certain films than that side of our model vanishes and we become reliant on other issues and why do you think Disney's doing this I mean I know that they have their streaming service and I can understand you know what that they I mean Disney is always kept their films under lock and key which I wish they would release those two not just the right if they're reviewing the fox policy I wish they would look at their policy to because there are so many classics in the Disney vault that we would love to show I know that there's got their new Disney plus but these films that the classics in the fox catalog and and Disney's titles are meant to be seen on on the big screen in the dark with other people uninterrupted and they shouldn't just be for sitting at home and watching individually and and on some streaming device but isn't this just business sense by withholding movies Disney is fueling Dimond Dimond is a key ingredient when you're selling something film critic and filmmakers scout to Fauria says it's not morally right what bothers me is these films of not being seen the way that they were intended to be seen Disney just launch their own streaming service and they put all of these canonical Disney titles that they've been more than happy to sort of Sean for years I mean films like the ugly dachshund which if you haven't heard of it there's a reason that they have not needed you to know about it but now that they have the streaming service they have a way to control how you see the product that's what bothers me they these films that were meant to be shown in theaters and for another company who had nothing to do with their inception certainly nothing to do with their stewardship or protection over the years to tell you that the only way to watch them is through a streaming service they control and they've already proven that they'll be altering these movies they've changed the aspect ratio on some of the television programs and they appear to be adding some of them for content it just feels very wrong it feels like something that shouldn't be allowed and I feel like people should be more outraged at this I mean you know these are admittedly extremely privileged problems but we are talking about the history of a singular an important medium and why do you think Disney's doing this is it all about Disney plus so is this something else I think it's the sort of the Canary in the mine to see what can be gotten away with without a sort of sparking public higher the more you begin to place more of your hand over media or content or however you want to talk about it the more I think you can get away with having control over more of the way that the public consumes things I think that the more that the Disney corporation can and start having control over whatever forms of media or however they want you to experience it the more dangerous and an awful oppression is being set the idea that in future generations won't be able to see whatever the film's young Mr Lincoln by John Ford is in the fox vault which means it's now in the Disney vault and the idea that younger people won't be able to see that simply because it may wind up on Disney plus some days is reprehensible from classic films stored in a vote to breathtaking mostly pieces locks in Duncan's tax free warehouses it's estimated that billions of dollars worth of paintings sculptures gold homepage a stored in Freeport all around the world secure a tax free storage facilities that exist outside of any jurisdiction when no one can enter without an appointment John Zarabad is an associate professor at the university of San Francisco and he's been studying the role of free people in the global economy no one knows the actual size of its but it is a burgeoning and proliferating set of storage facilities around the world which tells us that there's more stuff being put into those all the time just give us an idea of how it works you you story a piece of work or collection and the idea I guess is to make the most money I like to say that this is the storage of Cleveland of a Swiss bank account right when you put things in and they sort of disappear from regulatory scrutiny nobody knows who owns it nobody knows how much is there what it's valued at right in effect if you ship work of art to a Freeport shipping it's to another country you're shipping it to a space in between thanks and so therefore all of the regulatory mechanisms that happen in any given country don't apply to that so yes you can do transactions in Freeport without there being any sales tax but you can also needless to say avoid import or export taxes because it's not actually being imported or exported she's already one of the most unregulated industries in the world but the role of free ports in the global log market takes this reading one step further doesn't it right well I mean the fact that art is a relatively unregulated transfer of assets is an advantage I think if you're talking about the way in which folks news reports in order to hide their assets right needless to say that's what I'll offer bank account is designed to do but if you want to say diversify your holdings if you want to transfer value a work of art can serve as a token of values which could be transferred across faces and that value could be you know turned in at another location what is so wrong in storing it won't work in one of these tax free warehouses when an element over an art collection is to make money well indeed right we always we always think of our collecting as a kind of perhaps anesthetic or philanthropic endeavors as a kind of transfer of cultural assets the goes through private channel but is a densely thought of to be for the public good I think when we think about storing art in Freeport's we can see that there's another dimension of collecting and it's always been there but it down you know emerges naked because in some sense if you put your art into a storage facility and particularly if you leave it there for twenty plus years you're not investing in art as a social good you're investing in in it as an asset right and so it's not offensive your interest in culture your love of beauty it's really that you're trying to make money on it and you know needless to say I think those were always shared aspects of our collecting but this is sort of that tells us away from those you know the one for vest to amass large collections in order to give them to museums or were open their house as a museum this you know shows us that there are collectors were simply in it for the money but some people are pushing back in Montpellier in southern phones the museum has opened with a radical new objective to make work the vault stored in these free books or even in private collections public French gray said Nicholas boreal launched moko de click seal the summer technically a museum without to collection if you know your Vasquez or Montreal what difference or Francis Bacon it's not enough work anymore.

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"disney disney" Discussed on Double Toasted

Double Toasted

02:18 min | 1 year ago

"disney disney" Discussed on Double Toasted

"Chase ghost. The yes sir. I say we do You male escorts. Do you do ghosts ghosts. Okay out talk to full Masala Group. They don't I'm upset about they don't have the some of the old black and white cartoons like from like up yours days wound. I at least I didn't see but you can go in there and find stuff that you didn't even think Disney what happened to the ship might be too weird. Yeah 'cause I went on there and I looked up to see if they had the the black hole. Nagle put that on there. That's just too crazy do they. Haven't they should sure do black hole look all is going. That is if there was any period of Disney where I say allow their employees to do drugs. Is that period. They did the black hole it is the most it was Disney's version of star wars rip off but it is the most unique star wars rip off that you will ever see in for breath a family film from from Disney ashes disturbing It is yeah it God damn it will you. I know y'all got to watch You have to watch the black hole. Black Hole and Disney hasn't man Disney Disney. Plus get on there. And just Kinda just relive memories and go through and just look at stuff yet. Seen Awhile and a black hole is one of those things where I thought that would be weird for Disney. WanNa put out. It's.

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Disney Plus is here!

The 3:59

00:15 sec | 1 year ago

Disney Plus is here!

"Charge. Them Joni solid. I'm Mike Certain Tino and today's it's top story is Disney Disney

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"disney disney" Discussed on The Cruise Dudes Podcast

The Cruise Dudes Podcast

03:43 min | 1 year ago

"disney disney" Discussed on The Cruise Dudes Podcast

"To the theme park press as well. You Know Jim it was a pleasure to have you on the show. It was a pleasure to meet you in person in Florida too and we just a lot of fun wasn't it. We had an awesome time and I'll tell you. This was great information. I learned some things things about Long Beach and Port Disney Disney see that I never knew about and this was a very interesting story and I I mean. Can you imagine if it it was built. Oh my gosh it would have been phenomenal. I thought it would be Disney would have had a major control of the cruise ship industry out earlier. It would have been based. Bill might never know exactly yeah never net net never turn your magazine never never say never never turn your back on Disney. They say Jim. Thank you very much for coming on the show. We'll have you back on soon. Thank you wow what did I tell you what a great storyteller retailer he is. It's I mean I did not know the history of Long Beach Port or Disney seaport report. This is incredible. I didn't know okay one thing. I didn't know it's not about Disney Disney own those hotels two thousand dollars a month. I I want that rent. I can't believe that it's amazing what happened with the Disneyland Hotel and and how Walt just pretty pretty much gave it away the naming rights and everything like that just it's just crazy but it's amazing how Disney anyway what when Disney finally got hotel and how they got the Queen Mary and and their ideas for the whole area and building up and making it into a nautical theme park in and had everything to do with the ocean and everything like that. I thought it would be an amazing place place to go visit. I I mean it would be a definitely a world class something very unique in the world. It'd be very unique location inexperienced. They still have habit. They have the Queen Mary and if you're going well Disney is the Queen Mary but but the Queen Mary is still there dome as there. It used to be the home of the spruce and so yeah exactly and so it's just interesting to hear about. You know what could of happen what was planned out but it didn't happen but it was just so amazing. This is just an amazing story and we have other stories stories from Jim about different things that he's GonNa share with us and more historians about remember the the group that wants to come on to talk talk about the history of the Queen Mary now we have to go before Disney. We have to talk about the gray ghost. We have to talk about out all of these things of where this ship came from and now is at the port of carnivals port where you could actually stay the night before four. have all your bags brought over to carnival. Panorama and get on that ship and have some more fun so thank you Jim so much. I look forward board again to story time with Jim. Curling up with my coffee and donuts all right well. You know what it's time because I'm getting a a little tired aren't you. Oh my gosh. I'm getting so tired but I'm going to again. I'm GONNA curl up. I'm going to listen to the show again so I missed some of that history. I you're you're sleeping tonight..

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"disney disney" Discussed on RuPaul: What's The Tee with Michelle Visage

RuPaul: What's The Tee with Michelle Visage

03:34 min | 1 year ago

"disney disney" Discussed on RuPaul: What's The Tee with Michelle Visage

"Well, I'm thinking nicer there is no nicer. That's the top end at Disney Disney. There aren't any nicer say on four seasons in Orlando. We go off campus. Yeah. Yeah. I'm sure there's something I wonder if they have their foresees nine Orlando. No them should they have to. I don't know. Let's look I like four seasons over the Ritz Carlton. I love there's a there's a Ritz Carlton, and there's a my favorite place in Orlando. That's not Disney j w Marriott. I don't know. If you ever stayed up there. Stay there for the Emmys. Remember, that's where our room was here now less, but the one in Orlando, specifically has the giant lazy river, the Ritz Carlton is beautiful. I've stayed there. Two gorgeous without lazy river called the Swannee. Yes. Okay. On a hot day. Okay. It would be called a Swannee. Lazy Swannee river. Okay. So there is a four seasons resort in Orlando. Oh, how far is it from the I would imagine. It's got five stars. I would imagine. It's not for. It's on lake Wayne is this. Dream to dream tree boulevard. Yeah. It's not far toll. I love how you use your phone that way, you used you phone like the way the kids use the phone. I don't like if I'm going to look something up out care myself over the computer and whine that up. Look, I don't use the phone their way, you use you use the phone as a computer compete is a computer. I don't use it. I take calls, and listen, I tunes. No, babe. It's I text people on it where life. Yep. But the problem is, and I've said this many times is it's hard to get a good connection. And then if you are they have WI fi I have wifi right here on your. But this is the thing. I if I wanna go I am db. Yeah. It takes me to the IMDB. Iphone the then if you scroll down to the bottom, it says full site click on that ocare, and that'll take you to the full site. And he does that too. So you just click on where it says the problem is solved. Jessica Fletcher asked Jessica fell felt so she all tell you solved another case of this. I just don't I'm not a phone person. Sorry, I've just noticed them. But my point is once you utilize that thing. Yeah. And you use it to help you and get shit done. You're gonna realize oh, you don't need that. You don't need that. I do have an ipad pro that I love and I fucking love that thing. And I spent money on it, and I use it every single day, but I don't need to travel with it when I got this. Yeah. This right here when I forget, I get in the bathroom of shit. I've got my ipad. I put on Hulu. And I watch it on my phone. That's what it's four. It can do everything. That's why I had this heavy as fuck and battery case on this, right? Yeah. Right. Because this thing will charge my phone. My better. Never gone out. Never because it 'cause you never use your phone because he's move on. It has never gone below. Maybe sixty three percent gone. I know you're looking at me like I have three is. And yes, I do have three is. But I'm not that bitch. I told you this. I my phone will never go below sixty three percent of a battery. I can't I I have to constantly you speechless. I like icons I got this battery that charges my phone like somebody's only go to seventy percent eighty percent..

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"disney disney" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

01:52 min | 2 years ago

"disney disney" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Artists with Disney. Disney has gone into the art business with this monstrosity. Okay. That's one part of it. We've gone into the content business with Disney. So now, we're going to be making more and more content for Disney from within this university universe is expanding. As my face has over the last ten years you've seen it bloated on ESPN. That's it. There's no pomp and circumstance, we need something more. Was there supposed to be? I didn't know whether we were going to. I haven't had time to talk to you guys about it as the ball out. It's going to be with Greg Cody. I don't I honestly don't know. Because this is like never mind my friendship with look that's going to be forever. I'll forgive just about anything from Greg Cody. But he's done something that is out of my control with people who have power over him that. I don't like if they tell me that they got a fire him. I'm not sure how I protect them. I just signed a deal with Disney man get out of here. So let's be clear for the audience said tuning in and had this set in their calendars to find out what the announcement is. Yes, there's a merge component. That's coming to you very shortly. Hopefully here in the next couple of days. I don't want to throw anything out there. The start. We are going to do all that what this is. It's gonna be Lebed chart and friends lebatardshow af. And what it is. And that's because laugh dot com wasn't available like because somebody in South Korea or something wasn't given up. L A F dot com. We couldn't get L A. They were for. Okay. We got butts by South Korean gods. Who said, hey, c o b this is my asking price all the money you at proud of them. So we had to go work around. And it's lebatardshow af. And it's just going to be a universe of all our family and friends this show is.

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"disney disney" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"disney disney" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"So now, it's now it's when we were going to announce it, but because Mike been on the phone because I've been on the phone, and because students doesn't care. He's just looking for his latest money-making scam somewhere and doesn't seem to see it here. Even though it's here. This is it's this is it all right here. This is this is your money-making scam right here. Disney's agreed to make art with this show. Like, that's crazy this show gets to make art with Disney. That's a starting point for you, where there might be some money before you get you know, caught by the feds for as long or fraud, we should actually formally announce that's the part of it. That's for you. That's the part that interest in fraud. But no, the part where the money is for us is in a merch store that we are just we're just starting with an experiment. People have been asking us for a really long time a really long time to sell merchandise to the show, and we never have. And now, we're going to be making it fairly routinely with Disney, which is, you know, as artists mites. My brother's work its artists with Disney Disney has gone into the art business with this monstrosity. Okay. That's one part of it. We've gone into the content business with Disney. So now, we're going to be making more and more content for Disney from within this university university is expanding as my face has over the last ten years you've seen it bloated on ESPN. That's it. There's no pomp and circumstance you need. Something was they're supposed to be. I didn't know whether we were going to. I haven't had time to talk to you guys about it. I still don't know what the fallout is going to be with Greg Cody..

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"disney disney" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"disney disney" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"So now, it's now it's when we were going to announce it, but because Mike spin on the phone because I've been on the phone and because God doesn't care. He's just looking for his latest money-making scam somewhere and doesn't seem to see it here. Even though it's here. This is it's this is it I hear this is this is your money-making scam right here. Disney's agreed to make art with this show. Like, that's crazy this show gets to make art with Disney. That's a starting point for you, where there might be some money before you get you know, caught by the feds for as long or fraud, we should actually formally announce that's the part of it. That's for you. That's the part that interest in fraud that no the part where the money is for us is in a merge store that we are just we're just starting with an experiment. People have been asking us for a really long time a really long time to sell merchandise to this show, and we never have. And now, we're going to be making it fairly routinely with Disney, which is, you know, as artists mites. My brother's work. It's artists with Disney. Disney is gone into the art business with this monstrosity. Okay. That's one part of it. We've gone into the content business with Disney. So now, we're going to be making more and more content for Disney from within this university universe is expanding. As my face has over the last ten years you've seen it bloated on ESPN. That's it does no pomp and circumstance. You need. Something was they're supposed to be. I didn't know whether we were going to. I haven't had time to talk to you guys about it. I still don't know what the fallout is going to be with Greg Cody..

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"disney disney" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

02:55 min | 2 years ago

"disney disney" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"Katie hi welcome what's going on well. I've got five kids and my oldest tour in high, school and they if you laptop so the kids to do. Their work on and last year I noticed that. There was this incognito window. That they could open and at first right there Nothing. On, Harris. Thing and obviously? That, served me there I went and bought Chromebooks thinking I could install some family or some. Control software on there and I really they have the same little incognito window and from what I can tell it doesn't look like it's tracked by the The holiday disable that Inc There are ways. To do it program early? How old are the kids would. You say you had five Yeah well the oldest are the. Ones that got the computers are sixteen and. Fourteen okay and of course? They know all about incognito mode Let's see here Here's the deal let. Me tell you That if it's. Not chrome there's. Also it's on. Safari it's, on Ed it's on offer. I. Mean. It's on all the browsers okay yeah and, so when you start going into this it's almost like it's almost like you're going, to be going down that rabbit hole so to speak and to, say that you. You don't care need don't do anything I'm just disabling the cognitively incognito mode on one browser isn't necessarily the best way because there are other ways. That they can. Do the same thing When you start looking at parental control software is that, one of the ones that I really like it's actually made by, Disney Disney purchases. Company called circle and circle can you can actually buy as a router or you can buy it as an app to work across the entire network And so when you install us across the entire network that's where you can set up, different time limits you can set up filters you can also I what I like about this has also you can sit up, rewards and by looking at by when you have this particular app when you look at it is that you're able to actually. See where the kids are going and then you'll be able to replay and. You'll know exactly where they're what they're. Looking up and how they're spending their time and then you can adjust things accordingly so that, you see what they're looking at. And searching for and good things like that I'll put a link to that, or if you wanna just check it out it's over? At lead circle dot com come right back around talking about all. The data that people are tracking and collecting about online what you can do about it you're on the Kim Komando show You're hiring you don't want to waste time.

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"disney disney" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

02:42 min | 2 years ago

"disney disney" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"Five kids on my oldest tour in high school and they if you laptop to the kids to do their work on and last year, I noticed that there was this incognito, window. That they could. Open, and. I right there Nothing on Harris And obviously. That serve me so this year I went and bought Chromebooks thinking I could install some Norton family or some control, software on there and I realize they have the same little incognito window and from what. I can tell it doesn't look like it's. Tracked by that Software disable that incognito window there are ways to do it programming leave how old are. The kids would you say you had five Yeah but the oldest are the, ones that got the computers or sixteen and. Fourteen okay and of course? They know all about incognito mode Let's see here. Okay. And here's the, deal and let me tell you That if it's. Not chrome, there's also it's on safari. It's. On, edge it's on. Opera. I mean it's on. All the browsers okay yeah And so. When you start going into this it's almost like it's almost like you're. Going to be like going down that rabbit hole so to speak and then to say that you don't care and you don't do anything I'm just disabling the cognitively incognito mode, on one browser isn't necessarily. The best way. Because there are. Other ways, that they can do the. Same. Thing When you start looking at parental control software is that one of the. Ones that I really like it's actually made by Disney Disney purchases company. Called circle and circle can you can actually buy it as a router or you can buy it as an app to work across the entire network And so when you install us across the entire network that's where you can, set up different time limits you can set up filters you can also I what I like about this also you can sit, up rewards and by looking at by when you have this particular app when you look at it is that you're able to. Actually see where the kids are going and then you'll be able to replay and, you'll know exactly where they're what they're. Looking up and how they're spending their time and then you can adjust things accordingly so that you see. What they're looking at in searching for and good things like that I'll put a link to that or if, you want to just check it out it's over at? Meet circle dot com come right back around and talk about all. The data that people are tracking and collecting about you online what you can do about.

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"disney disney" Discussed on The Road Home To You

The Road Home To You

02:26 min | 2 years ago

"disney disney" Discussed on The Road Home To You

"'cause you have to be able to sing along on a road trip might. Yeah, yeah, come on. You know me. I'm drawn a blank for tonight. I cannot believe this. I'm so disappointed. I'm a little disappointed too, but yeah, just Broadway musicals. Oh, of course. Mike and his aches. Matt. Yeah. Okay. That makes we might need to go into counselling, lose on really beginning to feel like you don't know me at all. This requires therapy maybe for years now is will Broadway musicals to be fair. They tend to be more of a this is a brandy road trip more than offs wrote. Well, that is true. That is true. Usually when you and I are on a road trip, we're talking and music is a little bit more background. Yeah, it is. Yeah, that is true. Okay. I will grant you that. The murder stuff that went back a little bit. Yes. And my favorite musicals to listen to on the road of course, Hamilton because Hamilton, but I also really like listening to musical chess is a great one Horace line, but I don't have that on CD now which just breaks my heart may MS, les MS, right is wonderful. Phantom is kinda, it depends. You've got to be in the right mood for phantom, but I mean they're phenomenal. But yeah, right now, my jam Hamilton mostly. But Molly, I've been listening to a lot of Disney musical staff to magin that powder listening to not. Not new. So we've been listening to a lot of Aladdin. We sing. We serenade each other I was just. just, but so yeah, that's that's what we do on our way to dances. We sing Disney Disney songs to other. I could see that working out reasonably. It really does. So for listeners, then tell us what you are favorites route through music Trump. Music is. Yeah. You're road trip soundtrack road trip track. Yeah, Mr.. All right. So that's road trip corner. All right. We really need a name please within the please begging you. All right..

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"disney disney" Discussed on What's Good Games

What's Good Games

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"disney disney" Discussed on What's Good Games

"Oh my goodness so on baragan because i love i love final fantasy and i and i love disney garbage i love disney disney's the greatest my boyfriend took me to disneyworld for a oneyear anniversary that someone jimmy disney i love all of it just give it to me i want and this mash up just seemed like it was weird it was weird unexpected not totally kosher but like pretty good so i just latched onto it became my life and then i spent the next fifteen years playing these games absorbing them arguing about them talking about them do not come to me and say you've played kingdom of hearts i will slap you i've slept a bitch for less title a very specific memory of various specific specific person calling it that being like oil love kingdom of hearts and i'm like bitch i never wanna talk to you again and i actually actually have talked to her in a long time so boy right so this is very very it's very very important to me i've met him around several occasions he gave me after reading my story about my brothers on pulling on dot com race to work give me a gift it is a signed box of the kmarts figures on it is the messages please always stay close to your siblings and i've seen him a couple times and he's like a really very introverted and very chill but it's just so crazy to me that he had this one idea and it spun off into this insane thing where there's like you know on the d twenty three stage it was a bunch of japanese game developers and then like a life size woody like dancing around very strange anyway so.

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"disney disney" Discussed on /Film Daily

/Film Daily

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"disney disney" Discussed on /Film Daily

"Um it's nice to have those options as ice refah maker to have relations but if an studios views have identities in one of those be wiped off the table it is i can imagine being something that sends like shutters of fear town thought makers be matters knowing that their options just got gets like eighteen percent less likely be picked up an underground other gusty original first thought that i had on and off all the to the um the point that cress was making about a monopoly you know one company owning everything uh last week the los angeles times was banned from disney's press screenings of thawra ragged rock because of their reporting on uh some political going on a in anaheim around uh the elections there surrounding disney disney's involvement in the campaign financing and staffan at disney basically was so unhappy with the the the way that la times handle that which you know we could speculate on if they pedal they're right or wrong whatever we don't i i don't know enough about the situation whatever but a lot of people are you know angry that they basically are you know denying a outlet like the los angeles times uh you know access to scream the movie early to have you know a review in time for the opening of the release uh so if one studio owns everything you know there could be you know that makes a bigger gatekeeper to uh to be hit tv making those decisions yeah it's really bad look for bob eiger who had exactly a really strong businessman inmates me why is his decisions i mean ever the only time as articles it's really well rounded reporting i feel like it really if we are type respective fuels really even ended which makes disney's reaction to it all the worse um and it it it is to be feels like it is above idir handles.

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