D23 is currently doing its Season of Magic Sweepstakes, where a new prize is given out every day for 23 days. Yesterday, there was an Encanto LEGO house you could win, and now, we have a look at today’s prize!
There have been some major changes in leadership at the Walt Disney Company over the last two years!
When Bob Iger stepped down as CEO and was replaced by Bob Chapek in early 2020, some changes were made to the company as roles shifted. Since then, Bob Iger has been Chairman of the Board for the Walt Disney Company, but now that is changing.
If you’re into learning about all things Disney, a great way to do so is by tuning into the D23 Inside Disney Podcast!
The podcast covers a variety of topics, including new things going on in the parks and more. On the latest episode, the hosts were joined by a guest you may be familiar with — the Walt Disney Company’s CEO, Bob Chapek!
Over the past year (and beyond), we’ve been keeping an eye on Disney’s stock and how it has changed with the onset of the pandemic, the launch of hit shows on Disney+, and more.
Now, with just a little less than a month to go to Disney+ Day and Disney’s next quarterly earnings call, we’re getting an updated look at Disney’s stock, and some analysts’ thoughts on the situation with Disney+.
There’s a new film coming soon to Disney+ and Disney history buffs are going to be all for it.
Adventure Thru the Walt Disney Archives was previously shown only to D23 Gold Members, but soon it will be streaming for all Disney+ subscribers! If you’d love to take a look at the typically off-limits Walt Disney Archives, this is your chance.
Four times a year, the Walt Disney Company releases their Quarterly Earnings Report. This report is accompanied by an Earnings Call, hosted by CEO Bob Chapek and CFO Christine McCarthy.
During these calls, we typically get a full report on the current financial state of the company, but we also often get sneak peeks at what’s to come in the parks as well as in movie theaters and at home on Disney+!
Several changes have been made and are set to be made when it comes to the Walt Disney Company.
We’ve seen reorganizations of some of its departments, a greater focus placed on streaming, and more. Recently, Disney also announced a big change for many of its employees when it comes to their working location, and now we’ve got an update on the situation.
The Walt Disney Company is something of a titan today and the innovation and principles on which it stands were originally crafted by a group of legendary visionaries.
From multiplane cameras to audio-animatronics, Walt Disney and his team were integral in shaping the world of entertainment as we know it today. And you’d be hard-pressed to name a more iconic Disney creation than Mickey Mouse. We have one man, in particular, to thank for Mickey — and it’s not Walt Disney.
The Walt Disney Company released its Quarterly Earnings Report for Quarter 3 of Fiscal Year 2021 earlier today, and CEO Bob Chapek and CFO Christine McCarthy hosted the company’s Quarterly Earnings Call this afternoon.
We learned quite a bit of interesting news today, from the continued growth of Disney+ to the steady demand for Disney Parks! Let’s recap all of the major announcements and updates from this afternoon’s call.
A lot of things have changed over the past year and even just within the past few weeks and months for the Walt Disney Company. We’ve been keeping track of how some of those changes have impacted Disney’s financial standing by listening to Disney’s shareholder meetings and earnings calls.
Today is a big day for investors, as Disney is holding its Quarterly Earnings Call, covering Disney’s third quarter financials for fiscal year 2021. Ahead of that call, Disney has released its Q3 financial report. Now, we’re breaking down everything you need to know about how the Disney Company is doing financially at the moment.