United States regulators approved the deal in May.
Disney just launched a $5-a-month (about Rs. 340-a-month) ESPN Plus streaming service with sports.
With Disney launching its very own streaming service sometime next year, we know very little about what the industry has taken to calling Disneyflix. Disney is hoping they can use their Pixar, Marvel, and Lucasfilm libraries, along with NatGeo to build on an already extensive library of shows and movies from Disney.
Users can expect to find some recent theatrical releases like Captain Marvel and the live-action remake of Dumbo (both releasing in March of 2019), as well as some original programming for the streaming service like Anna Kendrick's upcoming holiday film Noelle and a High School Musical series.
Disney exec Ricky Strauss is in charge of the new streaming service, as president of content and marketing.
Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp 'really pleased' with Alisson's debut in goal
The 25-year-old then made six substitute appearances at the World Cup in Russian Federation as France lifted the trophy for the second time .
According to the earnings call, the new Disney streaming service will be cheaper than Netflix.
Interestingly, Iger said that they're also looking at potential bundles of the new streaming service, ESPN+, and Hulu.
Net income attributable to Disney rose to $2.92 billion, or $1.95 per share, in the quarter, compared with $2.37 billion, or $1.51 per share, a year ago. Adjusted earnings per share totaled $1.87, less than the Street's expectation of $1.95.
Disney's consumer products and interactive media division saw revenue dip 8% to $1 billion.
Saudi Arabia’s state airline will suspend its Canadian operations
Saudi Arabia says it will withdraw all of its students studying in Canada in an intensifying feud between the two countries . Samar is a vocal campaigner for her brother Raif Badawi, a blogger who was arrested in Saudi Arabia in 2012.
Revenue from the movie and TV production business jumped 20 percent to $2.88 billion (about Rs. 19,800 crores), boosted by a strong box office for "Avengers: Infinity War" and "Incredibles 2".
Total revenue rose 7% to $15.23bn, driven by box office successes as well as theme parks and resort visits, but missed analysts' $15.34bn forecast.
Disney raised its offer for the assets in June from $52.4bn to $71.3bn and also for the first time made an alternative available to Fox shareholders who would rather receive cash instead of Disney shares.
Shares of Disney, which have climbed almost 9 percent so far this year, slipped 1.1 percent in after-hours trading on Tuesday to $115.45.
Disney stock dipped 2% in after-hour trading, falling to $114.31.
Wilfried Zaha ‘wants Chelsea move’ and could force transfer
Meanwhile, Tottenham are also weighing up a move for the player, although Palace are reportedly confident of keeping hold of him. Tottenham were interested in signing Zaha this window, but have made a decision to pursue Aston Villa's Jack Grealish instead.