As it turns out, all YouTube and Disney needed was another day (plus a few hours) to get together and be friends again. For YouTube TV subscribers, that means you’ll get back to paying $64.99 a month for The service, which now includes 17 Disney-owned channels and local ABC News stations that briefly disappeared from the platform.
after Failed to access A new transfer deal on Friday, the day the old one expires, and it feeds off In a barrage of media coverage, both YouTube and Disney announced that they had reached a new deal on Sunday. YouTube said it had already begun to restore access to Disney-owned networks such as ESPN and FX and it was re-subscriber Recordings from their networks libraries. The personal preferences and recommendations of subscribers were not affected by the interruption, Youtube saidIt remains as it was on Friday.
moreover, Advertise YouTube They will honor the one-time $15 discount you announced for the basic plan Subscribers when they lost access to Disney-owned networks, even if it was for just over a day. Subscribers will automatically get a $15 credit on their next bill and they don’t need to take any action.
Interestingly, YouTube said it will offer a $15 discount to subscribers who have taken steps to cancel their YouTube TV subscription as long as they resume their membership before they lose access.
Neither of them gave many details of the new agreement, although it appears from the wording in the statements that YouTube was the one who gave in. That would make sense, considering he was facing a loss for what it might be Lots of subscribers looking forward to watching juggernaut like ESPN and FX.
Fighting, as you can imagine, It was about money. YouTube wanted Disney to “treat YouTube TV like any other TV provider” and offer it the same prices as services of similar size. Meanwhile, Disney wanted to reach a “fair, market-based deal.”
Disney told Gizmodo in a statement Sunday that it appreciates “Google [which owns YouTube] Cooperation to reach fair terms compatible with the market.”
“We appreciate Google’s cooperation to reach fair and market-compatible terms, and we are pleased that our robust portfolio of live sports and news as well as children’s and family entertainment and general entertainment is in the process of restoring to YouTube TV subscribers via Disney,” Disney said.
The YouTuber who broke the news about the New Deal in a Blog postHe did not mention the terms of the deal. Notably, her statement did not mention a “fair agreement,” a phrase she repeatedly emphasized in her statement. Previous contacts on this matter to the public and subscribers.
“We apologize for the interruption and appreciate your patience while we continue to negotiate on your behalf,” YouTube said. “We also appreciate Disney’s partnership and willingness to work towards an agreement.”
YouTube notes that some subscribers may have difficulty finding Disney content in their dedicated live guides. In this case, YouTube advises affected users to search for their favorite Disney Channels and add them back to the directory. Not all local ABC News stations are backed up yet, although YouTube says it is working on them and should be accessible soon.
In the end, it doesn’t matter if YouTube or Disney got a better deal, the clear winners here are YouTube TV subscribers. They only lost out on their Disney content for one day, got $15 off, and don’t have to shop for another streaming service that has the content they want.
The 17 Disney-owned channels, excluding local ABC stations, which are now back on YouTube TV are listed below.
- ABC News Live
- Disney Channel
- Disney Elementary
- Disney XD
- National Geographic
- National Geographic Wild
- ESPN3 (by validating the ESPN app)
- SEC . network
- ACC . network