ESPN Has Lost 7 Million Subscribers in 2 Years

In a regulatory filing last week, Disney (NYSE: DIS) disclosed that ESPN has lost nearly 7 million subscribers in the last two years, says
In a regulatory filing last week, Disney (NYSE: DIS) disclosed that ESPN has lost nearly 7 million subscribers in the last two years, says the Hollywood Reporter. While Disney CEO Bob Iger disclosed "some subscriber losses" in an August earnings call, the total number was not cited at that time. ESPN currently has 92 million subscribers, a loss of 7% since 2013 when ESPN had 99 million subscribers. ESPN is currently Disney's most profitable TV…...

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