Disney+

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Disney+

Nalyssa Ou

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Disney+ is a streaming service that is similar to Netflix. It was recently launched on November 12, 2019, but has been in the making since 2016. Disney got a minority stake from a company named BAMTECH. BAMTECH is an advance media streaming service technology business. They offered Disney $1 billion to create their own streaming service.

It took them 3 years to finally launch this streaming device called “Disney+” which so far, has been very successful. In 2017 Disney finally announced that “Disney+” would be coming out in late 2019.

Disney+ is a streaming service that carries all of Walt Disney’s movies and TV shows. It has all kinds of family oriented movies and a lot of kid friendly shows that kids and families can enjoy watching. Examples include almost the entire Infinity Wars Saga of movies, 18 of 23. It includes the entire Pixar collection as well as the Disney famed ‘vault’ of movie classics. As for TV shows, Disney+ will be adding new content as well as all of the old shows from Fox and Disney channels such as X-Men cartoons, Good Luck Charlie, similar shows, or originals like The Mandalorian. 

On the first day they launched Disney+ over 10 million people started watching and using it. Disney+ has been out for over a month now and has been very successful.