Disney+: After A Stellar Debut In The Streaming House, Has Disney’s Inventory Reached Its Honest Worth?

Disney+: After A Stellar Debut In The Streaming House, Has Disney’s Inventory Reached Its Honest Worth?

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Walt Disney (NYSE: DIS) benefited from a stellar first quarter for its newly launched Disney+ streaming service, launched in November 2019. The corporate reported complete revenues of $20.86 billion in Q1 2020, reporting y-o-y progress of 36%. Media networks income jumped 24% to $7.36 billion, although ESPN noticed a decline. Parks income elevated 8% to $7.four billion, although Hong Kong noticed a decline as political unrest hit attendance. Studio income greater than doubled to $3.76 billion, helped by huge blockbusters – Frozen 2 and Star Wars. Nonetheless, the spotlight of the announcement was Disney+ having 26.5 million paid subscribers by the top of Q1 2020, topping the corporate’s personal highest expectations. 50% of Disney+ subscribers got here through disneyplus.com, the place the corporate doesn’t share income with others, whereas 20% from Verizon and the remaining from different companies like iTunes. The corporate’s earnings got here in at $1.53 per share for Q1 2020, beating market expectations of $1.43/share. Trefis believes that better-than-expected earnings and a promising debut for Disney+, coupled with a optimistic outlook with growth plans in India, will assist Disney’s inventory value to extend within the close to time period.



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