Bob Chapek, CEO of Disney, told an investor conference that movies may keep coming to home video more quickly than in pre-pandemic days. Chapek said that consumers are "probably more impatient than they've ever been," but that theater releases will still be important.
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Disney CEO Bob Chapek told the Morgan Stanley Technology, Media and Telecommunications Conference yesterday that consumers are "probably more impatient than they've ever been before" and that there's probably no going back to pre-pandemic theatrical release windows. He also admitted that even he was surprised by the uptake of the company's Disney Plus streaming service.
Startup Orby TV, which was launched by former Starz CFO Michael Thornton and ex Disney executive Tres Izzard in September 2019 to ostensibly tap into a sizable craving for reliable linear pay TV service in hard-to-reach regions of the U.S., is calling it quits.