Friday Jul 18
Disney to banish junk-food ads...
The Walt Disney Co. said Tuesday that it will become the first major media company to ban such ads for its TV channels, radio stations and websites intended for children.
The Motley Fool
Is Disney About to Add a Little Magic to Your Portfolio?
Heading into earnings on August 5, some investors might be wondering what to do with shares of The Walt Disney Company .
Netflix & Walt Disney Studios Announce Multi-Year Premium Pay TV Window Agreement
Netflix Inc. and The Walt Disney Studios today announced a new multi-year licensing agreement that will make Netflix the exclusive Canadian subscription television service for first-run Disney live-action and animated feature films.
Shanghai Park And Media Networks Will Help To Create A Bright Future For Disney
The expected growth is primarily due to ESPN and domestic Disney channels as well as effective programming and production cost controls.
The Prose of the Machines
The Walt Disney Co. reported a 33 percent increase in its fiscal first-quarter net income, beating analysts' estimates.
Tech Startups Get Help From Disney
The Walt Disney Company has a startup accelerator program called Disney Accelerator, and today announced the startups it has chosen to help.
The Orlando Sentinel
Disney stock moves up after court ruling against Aereo
Stock for The Walt Disney Company moved up slightly Wednesday morning immediately after the U.S. Supreme Court ruled that online TV service Aereo Inc. violates copyright law.
Nielsen's top programs for June 16-22
ABC is owned by The Walt Disney Co.; CBS is a division of CBS Corp.; Fox is owned by 21st Century Fox; NBC is owned by NBC Universal.
The Walt Disney Co.: Expect Continued 15% Dividend Growth In Next 2 Years
Free cash flow will likely grow by more than 10% CAGR in the next few years driven by solid EBITDA growth and relatively steady capex trend.
Theme Parks: What's new this summer
The second reason is that many of the new attractions that are being launched are tied into animated characters, ranging from "Peanuts" and Looney Tunes to those two independent princesses in "Frozen."