Disney loses streaming 4M subscribers

Streaming Company Disney Loses Subscribers Saw Their Share Drop By 4M Subscribers.



Disney loses streaming 4M subscribers


The company has lost 4 million streaming subscribers to its Disney+ service.

Its shares fell 4.5% in after-hours trading.

Earlier Hulu subscribers remained roughly flat at 48.2 million.

Disney said it planned to merge the two services into one app.

Cut 7,000 jobs as part of targeted $5.5bn (£4.36bn) cost savings across the company.

Bob Iger returned in November to take over the chief executive position from Bob Chapek.

For the last six months, Disney’s streaming business has been earning money to start.

He told that the financial condition coming from its theme parks should not waver.

Trying to protect Disney World’s theme park district from takeover by Florida Governor Ron DeSantis.

In April, Disney finally sued Mr. DeSantis, alleging that the company conducted a “targeted campaign of government retaliation” after he opposed critics of the “Do Not Say Gay” law.

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