There are many different ways to get the solution for your favorite Disney shows.
You can sign up for Disney +, opt for The Disney Bundle (which will give you access to Disney +, Hulu, and ESPN +), or if you want to see the shows live, you’ll need to go through a cable provider or other live streaming service. . I, If you’ve been watching Disney content on YouTube TV, we have a major update.
According to The Hollywood Reporter, YouTube TV is in talks with Walt Disney Company about shipping rates to continue distributing your content. If no agreement is reached by 11:59 PM on December 17, all Disney-owned content will no longer be available. on the live streaming platform.
Youtube TV posted a statement on its blog sharing that “Our request to Disney … is to treat YouTube TV like any other TV provider, offering us the same rates that pay similarly sized services, to Disney channels during the It’s been a long time coming. And if companies can’t come to an agreement, Youtube TV will lower the monthly price for subscribers from $ 64.99 to $ 49.99 (until Disney content returns).
Negotiations currently affects about 25 channels, plus 17 live channels and 8 local ABC stations including:
- ABC local channels
- ABC News Live
- Disney Channel
- Disney Junior
- Disney XD
- Free form
- National Geographic
- National Geographic Wild
- SEC Network
- Network ACC
With only a few days left for the current contract, we’ll keep you posted on updates, so be sure to stay tuned to AllEars for the latest news!
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