But wouldn't this affect Spiderman's appearance in the MCU?
You're confusing a distribution deal Disney and Sony have in another country which probably none of knew about until now with the separate deal to share MCU Spider-Man, which doesn't have to be dissolved.But wouldn't this affect Spiderman's appearance in the MCU?
Correct. While the article doesn't provide detail of the Joint Venture, it does imply the distribution arrangement was specific to Mexico.You're confusing a distribution deal Disney and Sony have in another country which probably none of knew about until now with the separate deal to share MCU Spider-Man, which doesn't have to be dissolved.
Now you know their plan for reducing overcrowding at WDWDisney is bribing Brazil with Disneyland Brasilia!
Proposta de instalação de parque da Disney no DF ainda está em fase muito inicial, mas o GDF já tem uma área destinada ao empreendimento, caso ele se concretizewww.correiobraziliense.com.br
Link in Portuguese, but google is your friend!
I'm being sarcastic, this is just a rumor
I dont think I can post it because its not english but basically google translating the first line comes with this.Where did you hear that? You got a link? Because at this point I feel like approval from the IFT is inevitable.
In the next few days, its up to the IFT to sanction one of the most important acquisitions in the audiovisual content industry in recent years
The detailed analysis of the segments and preferences should result in the necessary measures to prevent a transaction like this from resulting in an excessive market power of Disney-Fox.
To date, international experience (USA, Europe, Brazil, for example) is aimed at conditioning the merger to compliance with legal measures that guarantee the continuity of the existing competition between the sports signals of Disney and Fox.
An unrestricted authorization in Mexico would allow the new company to price its signals unilaterally along with other market shares, to the detriment of competition, the plurality of content and the welfare of pay TV subscribers.
Or agree to broadcast the sports items in question (Footbol) over the air, instead of on cable or pay per view, which is the concern at heart..... I don't know anything more than anyone else outside of Disney, but did read an article about the negotiations and speculation on the types of concessions they were looking for Disney to grant.... i.e. how can Disney guarantee access of sports programming to the masses without Fox acting as a competitor in the space.....They also seem to imply brazil might have approved it with conditions so maybe their ruling recently is why IFT is being so quick on its decision. This could imply that maybe Disney has agreed to run Fox sports as its own entity in Brazil.
oh damn its getting serious now. Hope we might get approval this week then.Bob Iger to visit Brazilian regulators tomorrow to discuss Fox deal.