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Investing.com - Netflix (NASDAQ:NFLX) isn’t deterred by the rise of other streaming services, like Disney+. In fact, the company is surprised it didn’t happen sooner, Chief Content Officer Ted Sarandos said at an event in New York Thursday evening.
as head of HBO in February, it signalled the end of an era for a cable network synonymous with high-quality television. Mr Plepler’s arrival at Apple would present a fresh challenge to Netflix, which has battled with HBO for coveted Emmy awards in recent years.
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Walt Disney said on Wednesday that more than 10m people have signed up to its new video streaming service, only a day after its launch, wowing investors and sending its shares sharply higher. The company, the largest media group in the world, did not specify how many of the 10m were signing up to free trials for its Disney+ service, but the number was higher than Wall Street analysts had expected. Daniel Ives, analyst at Wedbush Securities, called the figure “jaw-dropping”.
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Netflix's co-founder and first CEO explains why media companies have no choice but to go "all in" on the streaming wars as Disney+ officially launches.
Today is the big day for the long-awaited Disney+ streaming service from The Walt Disney Company (DIS), marking its bid for a piece of the home entertainment space.
While trying to access the service, users were greeted by an image of "Mickey Mouse" on a blue screen, with a message asking them to exit the app and try again. Disney did not immediately respond to Reuters' request for comment.