Disney + is targeting 100 new titles per year; 5 creative projects from young marketers: Friday first things first


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There are big things going on at Disney +, which just released 86 million subscribers. In March, the streamer will increase its prices from $ 6.99 to $ 7.99 per month. The hike will fuel a huge investment in new content: The company plans to release 100 new titles per year, including 10 Star Wars and 10 Marvel series over the next few years. “The huge success of Disney + has made us be even more ambitious, and the original program pipeline is much more robust than we originally anticipated,” Executive Chairman Bob Iger said in an investor presentation Thursday.

Plus, learn about Disney’s new international brand, Star.

Related: Disney will be Released in theaters Raya and the Last Dragon simultaneously in theaters and on Disney + as a premium title on March 5, 2021.

New York’s bodegas are essential to the city’s communities and culture, but they have seen hard times amid the pandemic. Pepsi is aiming to lend a hand with a new holiday campaign in favor of winery owners – with the help of comedy duo Desus Nice and The Kid Mero. In a new short released, they surprise bodega owner Juan Valerio by telling him that Pepsi will cover his rent for a year.

Watch the film and find out how the brand will also roll out support from other winery owners.

It’s no secret that it has been a difficult time for emerging professionals, who had to endure layoffs and canceled internships just as they started. But these young professionals saw in 2020 the time to be creative in helping each other by developing projects that gave their peers a hand.

Meet the pros: These five projects focus on mental health, contribute to visibility and networking and welcome side projects.

Domino’s has been investing in online ordering, contactless delivery and curbside pickup for years, not knowing it was preparing for success in the midst of the pandemic. Now, many other restaurants are playing catch-up. Of course, that means Domino’s now has a lot more competition, even in the form of large multi-restaurant delivery services like DoorDash, Postmates, and Uber Eats. That’s why Domino’s is focused on controlling customer data and transitioning to an agency model to keep up with changes in the industry.

The company, known as a delivery leader, uses these strategies to stay ahead of the curve.

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