Disney announced today a new multi-year agreement with Vivicast Media, a leading global content licensor, which will allow Vivicast to continue to deliver Disney’s robust lineup of top quality sports, news and entertainment content to their roster of video operators that deliver content to TVs, computers, smartphones, tablets, and streaming devices throughout the US. The new deal will allow Vivicast to add a few additional features to their Disney content viewers that had previously been unavailable.
Here are the details from their release:
Under the new agreement, Vivicast subscribers will continue to have access to Disney and ESPN Media Networks, including Disney Channel, Disney Junior, Disney XD, Freeform, ESPN, ESPN2, ESPNEWS, ESPN Classic, ESPNU, ESPN Deportes, ESPN3, SEC Network, Longhorn Network, ESPN Goal Line, and ESPN Bases Loaded, in addition to authenticated live and on-demand content through TV Everywhere products.
New offerings available to Vivicast subscribers will include in-season video-on-demand content and start over and look back functionality.
“We are excited to announce our new multi-year licensing agreement with the Disney and ESPN Media Networks for our video affiliates and continue our successful and longstanding association with The Walt Disney Company. The agreement reflects the commitment of Disney and Vivicast to effectively address the core operational, technical and marketing objectives of video operators across the country,” said Anna White, Vice President Programming for Vivicast Media.
Added Sean Breen, Senior Vice President, Affiliate Sales and Marketing, Disney & ESPN Media Networks: “Our company has had a fantastic relationship with Vivicast for nearly a decade. This new agreement will allow members’ subscribers to continue to watch their favorite programs and must-see live sporting events however and whenever they choose to watch, in addition to introducing new services to enhance their viewing experience.”
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