By Atiya Riffat
Shareholders of 21st Century Fox will vote on the $66bn offer of the organization’s assets for Walt Disney on July 10, the media and entertainment group said on Wednesday.
In December, Fox consented to sell the dominant part of their media resources for Disney in a $52.4 billion offer. This incorporates the greater part of the twentieth Century Fox motion picture studio, which conveys alongside it the rights to the X-Men, Fantastic Four and Deadpool establishments, implying that Marvel Studios would viably have by far most of their character rights under a similar rooftop.
Different resources that Disney has consented to purchase incorporate FX and National Geographic, a few TV and film generation studios, for example, twentieth Century Fox, Fox’s stake in U.K’s. telecaster Sky and a pack of regional sports cable networks.
The new Fox would included Fox News Channel, Fox Business Network, Fox Broadcasting Company, Fox Sports, Fox Television Stations Group, and games cable networks.
The arranged tie-up accompanies conventional media constrained by new plans of action from Netflix, Amazon and others.
James Murdoch, CEO at 21st Century Fox, said in a meeting on Tuesday that the tie-up with Disney was “the correct decision” and would make an element that would be “super focused going ahead in an industry that is changed a considerable measure”.
Murdoch offered no sign of his plans following the arranged deal. His more seasoned sibling Lachlan is set to end up administrator and CEO of the “new” Fox, with 87-year-old Rupert Murdoch in the part of co-director.