The ad version of the Disney+ streaming service will show less advertising than other services that use the same type of monetization. Disney has provided some new information about the upcoming version of Disney+ commercials, which will be released sometime later this year. First, the company promises that no more than four minutes of advertising per hour will be broadcast.
This will make Disney + show fewer ads than other services, such as NBC Peacock or Hulu, which is also owned by Disney, but displays between 9 and 12 ads in an hour.
Also, no ads will be displayed to children accessing the service using the Kids profile.
In addition, Disney will not accept ads on competing streaming services, so Disney+ will not see ads on Netflix or HBO Max.
As Netflix enters a downward slope and is willing to become aggressive toward those who use the same account, Disney+ continues to grow. By the end of the first quarter of the year, it had reached 137 million subscribers.