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Disney sees ESPN+ reaching up to 12 million subscribers by 2024

Reuters Friday, 12 April 2019
ESPN+, Walt Disney Co's sports video streaming service, could attract between 8 million and 12 million paying subscribers by the end of the fiscal 2024 year, the company said on Thursday.
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At its annual investor day conference on Thursday April 11th Disney will unveil its Direct-to-Consumer video streaming service, Disney+. The new streaming service combined with ESPN+ and Disney's controlling stake in Hulu will make it a major player in the video streaming industry, setting it up to...

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