Disney is considering putting a broad spectrum of its content online, perhaps in a single site for which it will charge a subscription, The Hollywood Reporter reports.
At a speech at a tech conference Wednesday, Disney President and CEO Robert Iger said, "The notion of going online at some point as a subscribe-to, robust entertainment experience is pretty attractive to us. We are developing such an experience."
Back in 1999 Disney’s then Internet portal, Go.com, lost about a billion dollars and was shuttered. Go.com did not charge a subscription.
More recently, Disney has put some of its content for sale on iTunes and now participates in Hulu.com.