Disney is likely to have a combine total of 108 million subscribers for its three streaming services in the US at the end of this year.
Disney began this year with close to 146.4 million paid subscribers to its steaming services.
The latest research from Ampere Analysis has found that almost one in five US internet users are accessing AVoD (Ad-supported Video on Demand) services.
HBO Max, AT&T’s venture in the streaming arena, has racked up 4.1 million subscriobers in its first month and beats Disney+ in terms of viewing share.
Almost three quarters (74%) of all US households have an SVOD service from Netflix, Amazon Prime and/or Hulu.
Disney CEO Bob Iger has announced a new bundle offer that will include the company’s three main streaming services – ESPN+, Hulu and the upcoming Disney+ – priced at $12.99 a month.
The latest research by Ampere Analysis focuses on Critical Ratings of US SVOD titles.
The Walt Disney Company and Comcast Corporation have announced that Disney will assume full operational control of Hulu, effective immediately.
AT&T has sold its minority stake in Hulu back to the streaming video joint venture.
Police in Australia have arrested a 21-year-old Sydney man who allegedly made AU $300,000 (EUR187,000) selling passwords of services including Netflix, Spotify, Hulu, PSN, and Origin.