An abridged trading week kicks off Tuesday, and widely held streaming giant Netflix () will report its fourth-quarter financial results shortly after the market closes for the day. But it’s not the only entertainment company with a lot riding on how last quarter played out. Disney () and Roku () will also have a lot at stake when they step up with fresh financials next month.
Let’s take a look at what each of these three industry bellwethers has to prove this season.
Do you trust Netflix? The leading premium video streaming service proved itself to be mortal recently, falling short of its subscriber targets in back-to-back quarters, largely due to domestic weakness after a poorly received subscription rate hike. Management will