Disney’s Iger: We feel confident people will sign up in droves for Disney+
14 April 2019 | 1:07 pm
Bob Iger, chairman and chief executive officer at Walt Disney, discusses the details of the company’s new streaming service, how they’re going to bundle channels, their partnerships, staying on the Apple board, his outlook for earnings, Disney content overseas, the Star Wars brand, the acquisition of the Fox assets, where he sees the company in 5 years and the company’s focus on original content.
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