Wait, it’s all Disney now?
It’s always has been!
I am not that much of a Fox fan but seem like a part of the wrong decision by Walt Disney.
Walt Disney ended one of the top known entertainment brand name, 20th Century Fox. It comes as the legendary brand has rebranded one of its TV studios as 20th Television. It follows January’s rebranding of the 85-year-old film company 20th Century Fox as 20th Century Studios. By far, we know, HISTORIC 20TH FOX BRAND IS DEAD.
Last year Disney completed a $71.3 billion deal to buy the bulk of Rupert Murdoch’s Fox media assets. Disney has also renamed its other television studios, including changing ABC Studios and ABC Signature Studios to ABC Signature while Fox 21 Television Studios will become Touchstone Television. Disney cutting Fox from all of its studios makes sense since it could be confusing for consumers. The remaining assets from Fox, such as Fox Entertainment, Fox Sports, and Fox News, are a part of Fox Corporation, which has nothing to do with Disney.
“Our new studio names and logos mark a new day for ABC Signature, 20th Television, and Touchstone Television while honoring their rich histories and the creative power of The Walt Disney Company,” Craig Hunegs, president of Disney television studios, said in a statement.
“20th Television sounds silly.”
Why could they not only go together with merely the 20th Century?
The long-lasting emblem they’re conserving has mentioned “20th Television” for ages. For a long time, it was the usual “20th Century Fox” emblem, however “Television” flew over “Century”, so it mentioned “20th Television Fox”. But even Fox had dropped “Fox” off the plate, and it merely learn “20th Television” (again in just like the 90s, I feel).
20th Century Studios is the title of the movie division.