Comcast's theme park resort is mixing things up with its annual passes, something that Disney did just before its attendance started to fall apart.
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Comcast's Universal Orlando files updated plans to open a sixth resort hotel. This is no time to hide in the corner, Mickey Mouse.
The theme-park giant may be eyeing a blockbuster Marvel franchise as a way to breathe new life into its sagging attendance.
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The company wants to make sure its cable channels are part of a new live-streaming service.