The deal was signed: Disney acquires the Fox Studios for about 71.3 billion dollars after a bidding war with komaxt, Disney won a deal that makes FOX the 21st century the company has streamlined that focuses on news and live sports events tonight at midnight closed a deal in which it acquired official Walt Disney (110-2.76% Company movie studios) and FOX television (3.21-39.55%) the 21st century FOX and other assets for about $71.3 billion. After a bidding war with komaxt, Disney won a deal that makes FOX the 21st century the company has streamlined that focuses on news and live sports events, because it holds the FOX, FOX News channel and Fox Business Network and the sports networks 1FS, 2FS, Big Ten Network and stations 28 Local television. Disney is selling its 22 regional networks of FOX Sports as part of its settlement with regulators for approval. One of the networks, the Yankees ‘ YES Network, has been sold for approximately $3.5 billion to a group of buyers who chaired the bench, and that includes Amazon and Phd Broadcasting Group. The deal will make a huge film and Disney entertainment services, which holds the film Studios Disney live action arm release released the film “Dumbo” on 29 March ו”” on 24 May and okspilm brands, the Pixar and marvel; And now also in Movie Studio FOX, including the films “avatar”, “x” ו””, in addition to the FX cable network.
Disney’s position, which already dominates sales of cinema tickets strengthens even more after the acquisition of FOX Studios. Thanks to blockbusters like “the Black Panther”, “The Incredibles” ו” 2: infinite war”, Disney recorded in 2018 peak of 3 billion in ticket sales. If we add to FOX, who has earned $1.227 billion, Disney had in its current form could rake 4.25 billion in the U.S. and “massive 10.2 billion around the world. Disney’s target is to be a dominant player in the market not only movies, but also in broadband services. This year, Disney will launch the streaming subscription service called Disney + “, based on the Disney brand, along with Pixar, Marvel and Star Wars” franchises “, in addition to national geographic, which Disney acquired as part of a FOX.