It was announced today that Disney will be supporting a group of non-profits leading the recovery efforts in Mexico through a $500,000 donation and in-kind contributions.Read More
Disney Company News
During today’s Q3 FY 2017 earnings report, Disney announced something that will surely change the landscape of digital media distribution- They are leaving Netflix and creating their own streaming service.
The Walt Disney Company reported their 3rd Quarter Fiscal Year 2017 (Q2 calendar year 2017) earnings and the results were, once again, so so….
It appears that the Disney World rumor mill has been in overdrive over the past week or so with a number of huge park changes being mentioned. Here is a quick rundown of some of the more interesting rumors about Disney World Changes from some of the more credible sources…
For the second year in a row, Chairman and CEO of The Walt Disney Company, Bob Iger, has been named by The Hollywood Reporter (THR) as the most Powerful Person in Entertainment. The distinction comes as he retains his top spot on the annual “THR 100” list.
It was announced recently that the Disney/ABC Television Group was named “Company of Distinction” for 2017 at the Banff World Media Festival. The award was giving to the brand in recognition of their “outstanding creativity and storytelling.”
The Walt Disney Company was recently named one of the Most Admired Employers for 2017. The consulting firm Morning Consult ranked Disney number 2 among the 3 age groups surveyed
Disney recently was awarded several prestigious Halo Awards recognizing the company’s corporate social responsibility.
Disney received Halo Awards this year in recognition of both their “Hour of Code” and “Share Your Ears” campaigns as well as their free online tutorial “Moana: Wayfinding with Code.”
Disney Chairman and CEO Bob Iger received a high honor last night at the Los Angeles Evening of Tribute event.
Disney CEO Bob Iger took to Twitter last night to express his displeasure with President Donald Trump’s decision to withdraw the US from the Paris Climate Agreement.
The Walt Disney Company announced today that their board of directors has extended the contract of Disney CEO, Bob Iger to July 2, 2019.
In last night’s 89th Academy Awards Ceremony, Disney continued their amazing year of films by taking home three Oscars. The winners were: