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Thread: Disney to test its power with new streaming service

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    https://www.fiercevideo.com/video/di...y-under-disney

    Disney has some important content distribution decisions to make beginning this year as it weighs the strengths of Hulu and Disney+, two key components of its streaming video strategy.

    Disney+ is launching in November, and already has a sizable lineup of originals mixed with Disney (and now Fox) library content. Hulu is still owned in part by Disney and Comcast, but Disney now has complete control over the streaming service.

    So, the subject of what service gets what content naturally came up last weekend at the Produced By conference, where Agnes Chu, senior vice president of content for Disney+, and Craig Erwich, senior vice president of content for Hulu, sat on a panel together. According to Deadline, Chu brought up a recent conversation that Disney+ had with a documentary team about making exclusive content for Disney+, but also leaving open the door to Hulu if some of the deal’s output would make more sense on Hulu’s platform.
    How Hulu and Disney+ will be managed

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    Is disney puuting all their movies from the disney vault on this streaming app?

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    Also stars wars movies and content should be on the disney plus app probably.

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    https://variety.com/2019/digital/new...ey-1203265944/

    Disney to end FX+, this is a result of the Disney/20th Century Fox Deal and Disney beefing up on Hulu and Disney+ streaming operations.

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    https://www.cnbc.com/2019/07/12/disn...aming-era.html

    Disney is set to renew its multiyear carriage agreement with Charter, the second-largest U.S. pay TV provider, at the beginning of August, according to people familiar with the matter.

    So far, there are no signs the two sides will have a testy public renegotiation. That is par for the course for Disney, which usually hammers out a deal without fanfare. After all, pay-TV providers have never had the stomach to black out ESPN, Disney’s most valuable cable channel and by far the most expensive network in the pay-TV bundle.

    But this particular Disney deal has widespread implications for how future TV carriage deals will be crafted. The outcome could lead to more contentious battles between TV providers and content creators, and perhaps stem the tide of rising cable TV bills.
    The Disney Charter Carriage Deal has been set for August and part of this is in preparation for Disney+

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