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Disney sets up dedicated Direct-to-Consumer streaming unit

Disney has reorganized its company into four divisions which has a dedicated direct-to-consumer segment to cater to the company’s need for online video streaming services. The new division is also slated to encompass ESPN Plus which is expecting a 2018 launch. Disney-branded streaming service however to have a delayed release in late 2019. Disney which …

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Disney to launch ESPN OTT via Apple iOS, Android, and Chromecast

As quoted by Bob Iger, CEO, Disney, the long-awaited stand-alone ESPN OTT service is priced at $4.99 a month and will be available this spring, via Apple iOS, Android, and ChromeCast as the initial platform. The app will have three main features, which are personalized scores, highlights, and news, live streaming of the existing linear …

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ESPN is redesigning its app to stream live games

Disney held sports content giant ESPN is planning to add a video streaming service next year called ESPN + that will be available from a redesigned ESPN app. ESPN+ is expected to be launched next spring. Users can catch the latest scores and highlights, and authenticated viewers will be able to stream thousands of live …

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After deal with Netflix ends, Disney to launch Streaming Services for Movies and Live Sports

Disney will soon start its own video streaming service when its current deal with Netflix ends. The Disney-branded streaming service will be launched in 2019 when Disney’s distribution agreement with Netflix ends. It plans to create original movies, TV shows and short-form content to be featured only for it’s inhouse streaming service. The Walt Disney …

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ESPN Online video offering to be launched in Brazil

ESPN announced the launch of its multi-platform strategy in Brazil. The sports channel is going to launch a new online video streaming service in partnership with broadband operators which will operate under the ESPN Play brand and will include content from TV Everywhere service WatchESPN that is available to pay TV subscribers. This new initiative …

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Streaming app for short radio stories 60dB-Audio Startup

Many music fans are switching from downloads and broadcast radio to subscription-based video streaming service. By pressing play on Pandora, Spotify or Apple Music, users can access an endless stream of songs customized to your interests. However, what’s odd is that Pandora or Spotify didn’t exist for spoken-word audio which is news, talk and information …

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Consumers want OTT packages to be priced $30 or less

A new study by MoffettNathanson states that, majority of OTT consumers want to access their content at anytime and anywhere suitable to them but won’t like paying much for it. According to the survey, only a third of the consumers believe that OTT Video streaming Platforms should cost $40 or more, whereas the majority believe them to …

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ESPN to build SVOD service powered by Major League Baseball (MLB)

The worldwide leader ESPN has announced its plan to build its subscription video on demand services powered by Major League Baseball (MLB)’s streaming infrastructure. The upcoming  VOD service by ESPN will not be linked to WatchESPN or any other ESPN’s family of TV channels and will offer sporting events not airing anywhere else. John Skipper ESPN …

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Disney to launch an OTT service in collaboration with ESPN

Walt Disney has announced launching its video streaming service catering sports niche by the end of this year. The VOD service is going to be ESPN branded and will not pull away from the ESPN cable TV network. Disney has also acquired 33% minority stake in ESPN. The programming for this video streaming platform will …

Sports broadcaster ESPN Inc. launched a set of mobile first digital products for India

Sports broadcaster ESPN Inc. has launched a set of mobile first digital products for India including a multi-sport website and the ESPN app, seeking to tap into a large and potentially lucrative, but highly competitive market for sports content. Both the website and the app will generate revenue through advertising in India. ESPN will directly …

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