Disney Cuts Ad Spending on Facebook

Disney has significantly reduced its spending on Facebook and Instagram ads due to concerns about the social media platform’s enforcement of its content policies. According to The Wall Street Journal, the company joins a list of large corporations that have cut back on Facebook ads as part of an effort to compel Facebook to change... Continue Reading →

Disney+ Drops Official Trailer for Original Show “Muppets Now”

Disney+ has just released the official trailer for the highly-anticipated “Muppets Now” show, coming to the streaming service July 31, 2020. The show will feature several celebrity guests (including Seth Rogen, Aubrey Plaza and RuPaul) and features the old, beloved Muppet humor that been famous throughout the brand’s history. https://youtu.be/x6647smCPHQ The episodes are scripted in... Continue Reading →

Disney+ Launches in Japan

Disney+ continues its expansion around the globe and has just launched in Japan. The streaming service costs  $6.49 (¥700) per month. Disney+ will also replace the existing Japanese streaming platform, Disney Deluxe, with existing subscribers will be automatically transferred over to Disney+. Disney+ will include more than 500 feature films and 100 series from franchises... Continue Reading →

Disney Promotes Hulu in Pitch to Advertisers

Disney, which barely a year ago took full operational control of Hulu and seven months ago launched subscription service Disney+, is making both streaming services key parts of its presentation to ad buyers, according to Deadline. Instead of the traditional in-person spring upfront event at New York’s Lincoln Center, the company sent advertisers a 45-minute... Continue Reading →

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