We are maintaining our wide moat rating and expect to raise our fair value estimate.
We expect it to drive growth despite new consumption methods and potential regulation.
We are retaining our narrow moat rating and fair value estimate.
The wide-moat firm is preparing for its transformational leap into direct to consumer with the launch of Disney+ in November.
We are retaining our narrow moat rating and our fair value estimate of $135.
Management is calling this a transition year, and we are lowering our fair value estimate.
We are maintaining our wide moat rating but are raising our fair value estimate.
The wide-moat firm is putting the focus on Fox media assets and direct-to-consumer efforts.
Operating margin came in below our projections, but we are retaining our narrow moat rating and are raising our fair value estimate.
The price increases are in line with the firm's need to generate additional revenue to help offset the ongoing cash burn.
Moonves is likely to sue the board over the investigation as the findings not only stop him from collecting his severance but make him almost unhirable.
We are maintaining our wide moat rating and our fair value estimate.
We still see the streamer as significantly overvalued despite better than expected subscriber growth.
The chairman and CEO has departed without severance amid an investigation into allegations of sexual assault and misconduct.
The board is in talks to settle with the Redstone family and ease out CEO Les Moonves.
Delays are inherent in the video game business and in this case create a slight deferral, not loss, of revenue.
As users gravitate to new services, Disney and others could benefit over the long haul.
The media conglomerate continues to drive fee growth at its core brands while expanding the subscriber base of its newer channels.
Revenue fell short of expectations but in line with our projections for the wide-moat firm.
The no-moat firm is seeing a decline in its satellite segment, but is enjoying continued growth at the Sling OTT service.
Even after raising our fair value estimate, we think the market is too optimistic.
Although Comcast may still vie for Sky, we think Disney will close on the Fox deal soon.
We are retaining our narrow moat rating and our fair value estimate for the firm.
We're raising our fair value estimate on the narrow-moat gamemaker based on the projected launch of 'Grand Theft Auto VI.'
While the offer is above Disney's, Disney probably won't need to significantly outbid Comcast if and when it sweetens its all-stock offer with cash.
Comcast's all-cash offer could come as early as today.
We think a reunion of Viacom and CBS is unlikely to occur any time soon after the latest spat.
We're maintaining our moat ratings and fair value estimates on both CBS and Viacom.
Affiliate fee growth remains strong for the wide-moat firm.
The narrow-moat company posted a strong finish to fiscal 2018, driven largely by console gaming.
Comcast previously made a similarly sized offer for the Fox assets, but the Murdoch family preferred the Disney deal due to both regulatory and tax issues.
The narrow-moat firm's investment in the studio business is paying dividends.
We are retaining the firm's narrow moat rating and our fair value estimate.
While we still think a deal is slightly more likely than not to occur because of the insistence of Shari Redstone, CBS board members on the special committee have left themselves with a credible path to reject a deal.
CBS reportedly bids under market value for Viacom, and the deal may hinge on management team compensation.
We believe the plan is primarily focused on positioning the direct-to-consumer business under one leader while also providing greater visibility into this growing revenue stream.
We remain encouraged by the momentum in the narrow-moat firm's newer products and expect those products to help offset declining license sales in the legacy compute business.
The narrow-moat company is enjoying success with both its traditional and new distribution channels.
Today’s prices offer an attractive entry point into the wide-moat firm, writes Morningstar’s Neil Macker.
We're raising our fair value estimate on the narrow-moat game-maker due to better than expected leverage on its gross margin line.