Disney has unveiled the name for its Disney-branded streaming service set to launch late next year: Disney+.
Disney chairman-CEO Bob Iger said the company is on track to launch Disney+ in late 2019. Iger also told Wall Street analysts on Disney’s quarterly earnings call Thursday afternoon that the company will host an investor presentation in April to offer more detail about plans for the service.
Iger said Disney’s growing portfolio of direct-to-consumer businesses as “one of our top priorities.”
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