|Bid||115.00 x 1100|
|Ask||117.45 x 1800|
|Day's Range||115.43 - 117.22|
|52 Week Range||96.89 - 118.10|
|Beta (3Y Monthly)||1.09|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||14.79|
|Earnings Date||Nov 8, 2018|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||1.68 (1.49%)|
|1y Target Est||119.35|
The new drama “The Rookie,” which debuted Tuesday night on ABC, stars Nathan Fillion as a rookie who becomes a cop at 40 years old. The production, which shot for 64 days in locations from Los Angeles City Hall to historic downtown Oxnard, employed more than 1,500 crew members and almost 3,000 extras, reported the Motion Pictures Association of America. “The Rookie” was among the television shows that received tax credits from the California Film Commission, which reserved about $7.8 million for the production.
Walt Disney World's (NYSE: DIS) latest pricing structure will offer many options for tourists of all budgets when they visit Orlando. The new pricing plan, which launched Oct. 16, offers prices on a date-based system for many of Disney's ticket options — ranging from one-park, one-day to multi-park, multi-day tickets.
The two most aggressive media businesses chasing sports rights this year are barely six months old. ESPN+ and B/R Live, two streaming services from ESPN and Turner Sports, both launched in April and have been amassing an impressive amount of live streaming rights. Where some of the deep-pocketed technology companies — such as Amazon, Facebook and Twitter — largely have been using sports rights to experiment with new business models, ESPN and Turner have embraced the streaming platform and are signing deals to fill their services. ESPN opted to follow a model used by services like Netflix and Amazon Prime.
FF Miners and REBL HQ are producing films and animation in Orlando despite the move of other businesses to more incentive-rich neighboring states like Georgia.
At a time when cereal sales are on the decline, Funko is offering up a sugary indulgence — and it's selling out fast. Funko's boxes is tapping the same affection a sports fan would have seeing their favorite player or team on a box of Wheaties. While Funko's cereal accounts for a very small part of the company's overall revenue, CEO Brian Mariotti said the new launch fits into Funko's strategy of creating short-term demand for sought-after collectors items.
My view on the pullback after the Euphoria is that even thought he net sub add for 4q was impressive, it does represent a high bar for the company to jump over. And the stock is still trading at 85 times next’s years EPS for 57% growth. And cash flow per share is still negative all the way into 2020. I guess another question is do you want to put your eggs in the Netflix basket when DIS, TWX, T, and Hulu ramp up their own streaming services. Ultimately isn’t Netflix just a content studio competing with a lot of other streaming content services? Does it look like some weird version of CBS at some point. CBS trades at 1.3x revenues – Netflix is 8x revenues. That won’t happen for a while – but is that the mentality of some investors? This is rare for me, but I don’t have a real opinion on this one – feels like no man’s land for the stock as it waits for direction from the market. Guess while I wait, I will watch The Crown or Stranger Things.
NFLX stock is up less than 5% in Wednesday’s session, after being up nearly 10% before the market opened. For all the noise about Netflix’s cash flow or earnings multiples, the story behind NFLX stock is all about subscribers, as I’ve written several times. A subscriber beat in the third quarter and strong guidance for Q4 seems to alleviate the worries that led the Netflix stock price down double-digits after a disappointing Q2 report.
The television audience for the ABC comedy "The Conners" fell about 43 percent without star Roseanne Barr, ratings data showed on Wednesday. Some 10.5 million viewers watched Tuesday's premiere ...
The resort increases rates for parking and annual passes, just as it rolls out date-specific pricing to help smooth out attendance -- and pad its coffers.
Walt Disney World’s newest mixed-use development has become a hotbed for hotel rooms — raising the plan from four new properties to six. Plans filed earlier this month with Orange County show a pair of hotels totaling 321 rooms may be coming to 18 vacant acres just south of Flamingo Crossings, a master-planned Disney development with apartments, shops and hotels. It’s unknown who will develop the two new hotels. Site plans for the new project show a new 173-room, eight-story Holiday Inn Resort and a 148-room Hyatt House split between two multistory buildings, which will share swimming pools, a patio area and other amenities.
ABC11 is expanding its Raleigh footprint with a spiffy, updated studio that roughly doubles the size of its downtown operation on Fayetteville Street.
AT&T (T) is planning to introduce a new direct-to-consumer streaming video service under WarnerMedia in the fourth quarter of 2019. It has the potential to be a direct competitor to Amazon’s Prime Video, Netflix (NFLX), and Walt Disney Company’s (DIS) forthcoming streaming service. Such a plan could expand AT&T’s existing portfolio of video streaming services that already includes WatchTV and DIRECTV NOW. Based on Future Market Insights report, the global market for subscription video-on-demand (or SVOD) services such as Netflix and AT&T’s DIRECTV NOW is growing steadily.