Disney Content May Be Pulled From YouTube TV if Partnership is Not Renewed

YouTube TV is currently negotiating with Disney about whether or not they will continue to distribute their content.

YouTube TV and Disney’s partnership ends this Friday, December 17 and no decision has been made on whether or not they will renew their partnership.

If they are unable to reach an equitable deal by this Friday, the Disney-owned channels will no longer be available to stream and YouTube TV’s monthly price will decrease by $15 from $64.99 to $49.99.

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Some of the channels that would no longer be available on YouTube TV are Disney Channel, Disney Junior, Freeform, FX, National Geographic, ESPN, and more.

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  1. I do and I noticed last night during Monday night Football that YouTube was asking customers to contact Disney to maintain ESPN on its service….. At least they’ll lower our bill in the meantime. For me losing local ABC is a killer.

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