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  • Disney Offers to Undertake Sky News Operation for 15 Year Period

    The Walt Disney Company has presented an arrangement to U.K. regulators that it would operate Sky News for a 15-year block of time. During this time, Disney would not sell Sky News without the permission of the U.K. government authorities. This proposition would give Sky News funding of $132 million a year for the 15-year […]

  • Pending Fox Board Meeting Decision Disney Will Likely Boost Offer with Cash

    The battle between Disney and Comcast over Twenty-First Century Fox continues. According to CNBC, in response to Comcast’s recent $65 billion cash offer, Disney is expected to proceed with plans to raise their all-stock offer with cash in hopes of securing the bid. This Wednesday Fox board members will decide on whether they want to move […]

  • Judge Approves AT&T/Time Warner Deal, Comcast Bid for Fox Likely to Follow

    A federal judge has ruled today that AT&T’s $85 billion acquisition of Time Warner may proceed without conditions, according to Reuters. This ruling will not only have significant implications for the future of major technology and media providers, but may directly influence The Walt Disney Company’s acquisition of 21st Century Fox assets, as a larger […]

  • Antitrust Chief Comments on Disney, Fox’s ‘Surgically’ Designed Deal

    As Fox investors prepare for a July 10th vote on The Walt Disney Company’s acquisition of 21st Century Fox properties and Comcast may attempt to outbid them with a larger cash offer, some remarks from Makan Delrahim of the U.S. Department of Justice’s antitrust division may lend a clue as to how the finale to […]

  • Is There a Limit to Your Disney Loyalty?

    There is no doubt that Disney Parks are as popular now as they’ve ever been. Social media fuels this with instant access to the latest merchandise, news, videos, photos, and an active fan community. But with all the talk lately of union disputes, price increases, and crowd manipulation, it makes sense that vacationers might question […]

  • Fox Schedules July 10th Vote for Disney Deal

    With a long-rumored competing Comcast bid now officially announced, Twenty-First Century Fox Inc. has set a July 10th special meeting where stockholders will vote on the Disney acquisition of numerous Fox properties. The $52.4 billion Disney deal is currently undergoing regulatory inspection, and is still within the 12-18 month window initially estimated for it to […]

  • President of Business Operations Bruce Rosenblum Exits Disney-ABC TV Group

    As part of The Walt Disney Company’s corporate restructuring, certain roles and responsibilities have been reorganized throughout new divisions. It appears that one casualty of these redefined positions is Bruce Rosenblum, president of business operations for Disney-ABC Television Group since 2006; Rosenblum will depart the company at the end of May. Back in March, Disney […]

  • Disney Announces Agreement with Twitter for Content and Advertising

    The Walt Disney Company announced today a new partnership to create both live content and advertising opportunities on the Twitter platform. The deal extends to the entire Disney portfolio, but it appears that ESPN will be the first division with new content. Both this afternoon and later this week, ESPN will be announcing new live […]

  • Comcast Bids $30 Billion for Sky, Will Disney Counter-Bid?

    Comcast has put in a formal all-cash bid of $30 billion for Sky, the pan-European media network. This bid by Comcast is 16 percent more than what 21st Century Fox bid in late-February. The Walt Disney Company is intertwined in all of this because last December they announced they were in the process of acquiring […]