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Tech & Science Disney's reorganization could make it look more like a tech company

10:35  21 october  2020
10:35  21 october  2020 Source:   fool.de

Soul: the release of the new Pixar on Disney + is "an immense frustration" for cinemas

 Soul: the release of the new Pixar on Disney + is In a statement, the FNCF (National Federation of French Cinemas) deplored the choice of Disney to deprive the animated film " Soul "from a theatrical release, including in France. © Disney + Soul: the release of the new Pixar on Disney + is "an immense frustration" for theaters After Mulan , theaters blame the loss of the theatrical schedule of another film Disney is particularly awaited, the animated film Soul , labeled Cannes 2020.

Walt Disney (NYSE:DIS) has launched a strategic reorganization into four segments to focus its businesses. Seeking Alpha Premium’ s Quant Ratings can give you a clue. When our system rates stocks Very Bullish, they’ve Looks to me like they are getting organized to make some more money.

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Disney (NYSE: DISNEY) is in a painful transition this year, but there is hope. Theme parks, cinemas, and sporting events operate to a limited extent at best. However, the direct-to-consumer (DTC) segment - home of the streaming and content distribution businesses Disney +, Hulu, and ESPN + - is booming. As a result, Disney announced last Monday that it is separating content creation management from distribution, effective immediately, to build on its previous success in the technically advanced DTC segment.

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In early 2018, Disney summarized all of its international media stocks, technology platforms, and sales and marketing in the DTC reporting segment. So far so good. In the third quarter of Disney's 2020 fiscal year, DTC quickly became the second largest division with sales of $ 3.97 billion (after cable and broadcast $ 6.56 billion). And DTC garnered 101.5 million subscribers worldwide, including 57.5 million Disney + subscribers less than a year after launch.

Jamie Foxx is a jazz fan like Soul character

  Jamie Foxx is a jazz fan like Soul character Jamie Foxx found it easy to relate to the character of music teacher Joe Gardner in animated flick 'Soul' as he had studied jazz artists beforehand.The Oscar-winning actor voices the role of music teacher Joe Gardner in the upcoming Disney Pixar flick and found it easy to connect to the character due to their shared love of jazz artists.

Like most new online services, it looks like Disney +' s launch isn't going to be hiccup-free. After the streaming service went live early this morning According to The Verge, the company 's Kevin Mayer said last week, "there are always technology glitches. And you can always improve the technical

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But we live in a completely different world than 2018. Technology platforms that not only reach consumers directly at home, but also flexibly deliver the right content at the right time, are more important than ever. The $ 30 release of Mulan on Disney + with mixed reviews - for both the distribution strategy itself and the film - is a perfect example of this. To continue the epic run of the DTC segment, a new entity called Media and Entertainment Distribution was created to handle all of the monetization of content and promotional sales.

As for the entertainment itself, it is also managed in three different segments:

Studios: Movies and TV shows for cinemas and streaming based on Disney franchises such as Star Wars, Marvel, Pixar and 20th Century Studios. General entertainment: TV content for streaming, cable and broadcast networks. Sports: ESPN and other cable and broadcast events.

's split from Disney DTC makes sense and could help Disney continue to catch up with Netflix (NYSE:

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 © Disney Disney will now broadcast a warning message at the start of its films, to warn of the racist nature of certain characters or scenes. Rather than suppress the works, the American entertainment giant wants to "engage in dialogue and build a more inclusive future, all together".

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) and its nearly 193 million subscribers. Not only is streaming a completely different business model than movies (which suddenly look like a relic of a bygone era), the creative engine of streaming is also completely different.

The quantity is king, as is a lot of fresh material. With newfound flexibility in its most important segment, Disney will look more and more like a global technology company in the years to come.

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This article was written in English by Nicholas Rossolillo and published on Fool.com

on October 13th, 2020. It has been translated so that our German readers can take part in the discussion.

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