Media Play News writes:

Disney’s pending subscription streaming video service is projected to generate wide consumer appeal – if it is priced right, according to new data from The Diffusion Group.

When asked about the likelihood they would sign up for “a Netflix-like service” that included movies from Disney, National Geographic, Pixar, Marvel and Lucasfilm (Star Wars); Disney TV shows for children; and original content, 43% of survey respondents said they were likely to sign up, while 27% very likely to subscribe.

Can Apple equal that?

Check It Out: Apple’s TV Streaming Service Faces Tough Competition: Disney+

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  1. paikinho

    Sad as it is, the days of walled garden islands of exclusive media are being ushered in. Eventually there may be 3 or 4 services with competing content. People will just have to island hop once they get bored of a certain set of content.

    Little islands of exclusion is not exactly what the consumer really wish upon themselves, but I think the media conglomerates will make it so all the same.

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