Disney CEO Bob Iger is sorry that their licensing company fined the PTA of an elementary school $250 for showing “The Lion King” to entertain the kids during a fundraising event.
One of the dads had purchased the DVD, but it’s technically against the rules to screen the movie in public . . . even for a school.
Disney waived the fee, and Iger Tweeted, quote, “Our company apologizes to the Emerson Elementary School PTA, and I will personally donate to their fundraising initiative.” There’s no word how much he’s contributing.
Our company @WaltDisneyCo apologizes to the Emerson Elementary School PTA and I will personally donate to their fund raising initiative.
— Robert Iger (@RobertIger) February 6, 2020