their disturbing conduct lately.
ESPN is losing subscribers, and losing money big time, thanks in large part to their "inclusive" obsession by catering to a Left-wing, homosexual agenda promoted by the Democrat party.
snopes.com says this is falseHooray~! Boycott ALL THINGS DISNEY~!!
Let them sink. I haven't watched ESPN, even the Cardinals games, and I won't watch ESPN, as long as that amalgamation of the Disney Sex Corporation keeps promoting homosexuality, beastiality, and trans-gendered bathrooms acceptance.
Lovingly lifted from CNN Money, this:
Shares of Disney (DIS) are flat so far in 2016 -- despite the fact that it has ruled the box office thanks to "Captain America: Civil War," "The Jungle Book" and "Zootopia."
The company will report its latest financial results after the closing bell on Tuesday. The earnings should be pretty good. Analysts are expecting a profit increase of 13% from the same period last year.
But investors remain concerned about the health of ESPN.
The sports giant has been losing subscribers over the past few years. The problems at ESPN are hurting Disney's lucrative cable network business. Operating profits fell 5% at the unit in Disney's most recent quarter.
This is a problem because the company's media networks division -- which includes other cable networks like Disney Channel as well as broadcast network ABC -- account for the biggest percentage of revenue and profits for Disney.
It doesn't help that ESPN continues to lose talent. Bill Simmons bolted (or was pushed out) last year. He has a new show launching next month on HBO which is owned by Time Warner.
And in just the past few weeks, "Monday Night Football" play-by-play announcer Mike Tirico announced he was leaving for NBC while Skip Bayless is rumored to be headed to Fox Sports (FOXA) after his contract expires later this summer.
Bayless announced his new show on Fox Sports is a done deal, beginning September 6.
Bayless commented on the environment at ESPN, saying, "“Too many people in charge at ESPN, for my taste, were a little too fearful,” to The Hollywood Reporter in an interview officially revealing his move. "It's a Disney network. There are just certain boundaries that you can’t even tiptoe along...."
He felt 'handcuffed' there at ESPN.