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Everything You Need to Know About Netflix Rival Disney Plus | Nasdaq

Now that we have quickly reviewed the company’s fourth quarter, it’s time to dive into everything we learned about Disney’s new streaming services from the company’s conference call.

First, the media conglomerate announced that it settled on a name: Disney Plus or Disney+ . The company also maintained its late 2019 launch timeline. CEO Bob Iger said that Disney would show off some parts of the app, along with its pricing strategy at an investor meeting tentatively scheduled for April.

The app is set to “feature elegant navigation, personalization and content, segmented primarily by our core brands namely Disney, Pixar, Marvel, Star Wars and the soon to be added National Geographic. It will blend library product with original content under these five brand banners and we are confident it will be a compelling consumer proposition,” Iger said on the conference call.

Disney executives didn’t give any updated pricing estimates. But Iger said last quarter that the company’s stand-alone streaming platform’s price would reflect its lower volume compared to soon-to-be-rivals such as Netflix-Netflix premium plans cost $13.99 per month, while standard plans go for $10.99.

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