With the release of Disney’s Q1 2024 earnings report, Disney CEO Bob Iger said that their limits on password-sharing won’t affect Disney+ users until next year.
Iger announced during the Q3 2023 earnings call that Disney+ would roll out new policies to combat password-sharing in 2024. He said today that they won’t go into effect until 2025.
Disney+ lost 1.3 million subscribers this past quarter but narrowed losses. Disney expects to add between 5.5 and 6 million subscribers to the core service by the end of the current quarter.
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