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Disney's stock is falling as the company tries to make streaming profitable Disney ( DIS ) said on Tuesday that a major part of its streaming business posted a profit for the first time, but that it expects weaker results in that segment for the current quarter, sending its stock down nearly 10% in early trading. .The forecast underscores Disney's challenges in achieving consistent profitability in streaming, a key priority as its linear TV business declines. Overall, CEO Bob Iger's recent turnaround plan has made investors more bullish on the stock in recent months. The company is also fresh off a victory in a high-profile arbitration fight against activist investor Nelson Peltz.In Disney's fiscal second quarter, the direct-to-consumer (DTC) division of its entertainment division, which includes Disney+ and Hulu, posted operating income of $47 million, compared with a loss of $587 million in the prior period.The company said it expects DTC results in the entertainment segment to be negative in the third quarter due to losses from its Indian Disney+ brand Hotstar.Additionally, not all of Disney's streaming services were profitable in the second quarter. Including ESPN+, total direct-to-consumer losses were $18 million versus the $659 million loss reported in the prior period. Disney expects full streaming profitability by the fourth quarter of this year.The company reported adjusted second-quarter earnings of $1.21 per share — a beat compared to the $1.10 analysts polled by Bloomberg expected and higher than the $0.93 Disney reported in the second quarter of 2023.Revenue came in at $22.1 billion, meeting consensus expectations and above the $21.82 billion the company reported in the prior period.Disney also raised its guidance for full-year adjusted earnings growth to 25%, from 20% previously. However, Disney took a hit after the merger of its Star India business with Reliance Industries, reporting an impairment charge of more than $2 billion.KeyBanc analyst Brandon Nispel said in a note after second-quarter results that "soft guidance for entertainment streaming next quarter may dampen enthusiasm. Overall, however, today's news reinforces Iger's argument that the Disney is in the midst of a long-awaited turnaround."Nispel also noted that investors may see Disney's tepid outlook for its Experiences business, which includes theme parks, as a "negative" for the stock. The company said third-quarter operating income for the segment should be "roughly comparable to last year."On the earnings call, Disney Chief Financial Officer Hugh Johnston said the company has seen "some evidence of a global decline since the peak of travel after COVID-19" at its theme parks. He also noted that rising costs and inflation will likely weigh on profits.The story continuesIn the second quarter, the media giant reported an increase in Disney+ subscriber additions as Charter cable subscribers began receiving free subscriptions as part of their packages.Disney added more than 6 million core Disney+ subscribers in the second quarter, ahead of its own guidance and handily beating the Bloomberg consensus estimate of 4.7 million.The company also saw continued positive momentum in average revenue per user, or ARPU, amid recent price increases and a crackdown on password sharing. ARPU increased sequentially by $0.44 to reach $7.28."I think you're going to see prices go up steadily over time on the streaming service, mostly because the content we have is worth paying for," Johnston told Yahoo Finance executive editor Brian Sozzi on Tuesday.Meanwhile, the parks business delivered another strong quarter with domestic operating income rising to $1.61 billion compared to $1.52 billion a year earlier.The company attributed the increase to higher earnings at Walt Disney World Resort and Disney Cruise Line, partially offset by lower results at Disneyland Resort.Disney CEO Bob Iger recently led the company in a proxy battle with activist investor Nelson Peltz. (VCG/VCG via Getty Images) (VCG via Getty Images)Meanwhile, domestic operating income at ESPN fell 9% year over year to $780 million, weighed down by lower affiliate revenue and fewer subscribers as more consumers cut the cord. The company also blamed the results on increased production costs due to College Football Playoff (CFP) scheduling.Similar was domestic linear network revenue within the entertainment segment, which fell 11% year over year in the quarter. Operating income within the segment was down 18%. This was also blamed for lower affiliate revenue, along with a decline in advertising revenue.In February, Disney doubled down on sports streaming by revealing an upcoming joint venture with Fox and Warner Bros. Discovery. The company is also working on a separate sports streaming platform for ESPN, which will debut in the fall of 2025.In sports, Disney has reportedly agreed to increase its media rights deal with the NBA to $2.6 billion, up from $1.5 billion previously. The current NBA rights deal expires at the end of next season.Alexandra Channel is a Senior Reporter at Yahoo Finance. Follow her on X @allie_canal, LinkedIn, and email her at [email protected] the latest earnings reports and analysis, earnings whispers and expectations, and company earnings news, click hereRead the latest financial and business news from Yahoo Finance
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