Streaming provider Disney + has hardly slowed growth. Yesterday, the group announced a new record number of customers.
Meanwhile, Disney + has surpassed 100 million paying customers worldwide. The streaming platform has achieved this target in just 16 months since its launch in November 2019. The announcement was made by Walt Disney Company CEO Bob Chapek at an annual shareholder meeting yesterday.
Chapek found for clearer terms what this increase could mean for the material. “The tremendous success of Disney +, now with more than 100 million subscribers, inspires us to be even more ambitious and increase our investment in the development of high-quality content,” Chapek said.
“In fact, we have a target of over 100 new titles a year, including Disney Animation, Disney Live Action, Marvel, Star Wars and National Geographic. Our direct-to-consumer business is a top priority for the company, and our strong content pipeline will continue its growth. Recent announcements include the announcement that Disney + will have several European-origin stars in its star-themed area order (DIGITAL). TELEVISION reported).
Since its US launch in November 2019 Disney + For Canada, Australia, New Zealand, Europe, Latin America and most recently Singapore.