Robert Iger News
Walt Disney Co. commits more than $100M to bring comfort to children and their families in hospitals
Robert A. Iger, chairman and chief executive officer of the Walt Disney Co., today announced an innovative plan to dedicate more than $100 million in company resources, including cash, products and services, to reinvent the patient and family experience in children’s hospitals across the globe.
James Pitaro takes over as president of ESPN
James Pitaro is the new president of ESPN and the co-chair of Disney Media Networks, the company announced Monday. Pitaro had been the chairman of Disney Consumer Products and Interactive Media since 2016. He was formerly a vice president and head of Yahoo! Media, including leading Yahoo! Sports.
Exclusive ‘Star Wars’ clip hints at major turning point for ‘Rebels’
If you can’t wait to see how the animated series “ Star Wars Rebels” is going to end, neither can most of the people who worked on it. “There’s only a small group of people that actually know the entire ending of the series,” executive producer and supervising director Dave Filoni told ABC News. “I
Disney announces 'Star Wars' TV series in the works
Want to get right to it. What a week for "Star wars" announcements news broke the creator of "Game of thrones" will write and produce a brand-new trilogy of " wars" films and more big news. From Bob iger, more than one "Star wars" TV series is in the works. That's pretty cool. Wow. So not a lot of
Minnie Mouse reacts to getting a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame
Fresh off of the unveiling of her star in Hollywood, the beloved Disney character appears live on "GMA."
Minnie Mouse honored with Hollywood Walk of Fame star
Minnie Mouse finally got her due on Monday afternoon, earning a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame 40 years after her male counterpart, Mickey Mouse. Bob Iger, chairman and chief executive officer of The Walt Disney Company, and "American Idol" judge Katy Perry were on-hand for the festivities and
Friday Rewind: North Korea's nuclear threat
Take a look at this week's top stories, including North Korea's nuclear threat and extreme cold weather around the country.
John Skipper resigns as ESPN president; George Bodenheimer takes over as acting chairman
John Skipper resigned as president of ESPN and co-chairman of the Disney Media Networks on Monday. George Bodenheimer, ESPN's president from 1998 to 2011 and its executive chairman until May 2014, will take over as the acting chairman of the company for the next 90 days to help Disney chairman and
ESPN President John Skipper resigns, citing substance abuse issue
The president of ESPN is stepping down from his post. In a news release today, ESPN said that John Skipper would be resigning, "citing a substance addiction problem." Skipper said in a statement: "I have had a wonderful career at The Walt Disney Company and am grateful for the many opportunities