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Disney to offer Disney+-Hulu-ESPN+ bundle for $12.99 a month

With the launch of Disney+, Walt Disney Company (Disney) will offer a bundle package of its three streaming services — Disney+, Hulu, and ESPN+ from 12 November. The bundle has been priced at $12.99 a month.

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Star India rev growth offset by incremental rights expense, weakness in ad rev: Disney management

The purchase of 21st Century Fox, which was aimed at helping Walt Disney Company's future plans, is causing initial pain to the Bob Iger-led media conglomerate. In its fiscal third quarter result for 2019, Disney missed earnings expectations partly because of the worse-than-expected performance of...

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Disney-Fox merger sees more layoffs: Report

MUMBAI: The Walt Disney Studios (Disney) 21st Century Fox (Fox) merger continues to cost jobs with another round of layoffs this week. A large number of employees have been laid off from both sides. Since Disney completed its $71.3 billion acquisition of much of Fox, nearly 250 people have exited...

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Disney to take charge of Hulu’s scripted originals team

MUMBAI: Following the Disney - 21st Century Fox merger, Walt Disney Television is taking charge of the streaming service Hulu’s scripted originals team. Hulu scripted originals senior vice president Craig Erwich will now report to Disney Television Studios and ABC Entertainment head Dana Walden....

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Star India's Gayatri Yadav steps down as president & head - consumer strategy and innovation

Gayatri Yadav, one of Star India’s most important executives, has decided to move on. Indiantelevision.com, through multiple sources, has learnt that September will be Gayatri’s last month with the organisation post which she is likely to pursue her entrepreneurial venture.

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