Sports Illustrated TV streams movies, shows and more for $5 a month

ESPN will soon be launching a new direct to consumer streaming service called ESPN Plus. Disney CEO Bob Iger mentioned the service in the company’s Q3 2017 earnings call. The announcement was made following another disappointing quarter for the sports network as programming costs rise and advertising revenue goes down. ESPN is going to launch a new app in spring 2018 through which the ESPN Plus streaming service will be accessed. ESPN’s streaming service is actually going to be launched earlier than Disney’s own streaming service that’s scheduled to arrive at some point in 2019.Iger mentioned during the earnings call that the new app will enable viewers to “stream our channels on an authenticated basis and subscribe to ESPN+ for additional sports coverage, including thousands of live sporting events.”What he didn’t confirm is that whether this is going to be a standalone streaming service that anyone can sign up for or if it’s only going to be limited to viewers that are

Sports Illustrated TV streams movies, shows and more for $5 a month

With Disney kicking off its own competitively-priced streaming content service in 2019, many media brands are jumping on the bandwagon. Tomorrow, Time Inc will launch one of its own: ...

Wed 15 Nov 17 from Engadget

Sports Illustrated TV streaming service kicking off on Amazon - CNET

The new subscription service will feature documentaries, TV shows and movies themed around sports (and swimsuits).

Wed 15 Nov 17 from CNET Cutting Edge

New ESPN Plus Streaming Service Launch Confirmed For Spring 2018

ESPN will soon be launching a new direct to consumer streaming service called ESPN Plus. Disney CEO Bob Iger mentioned the service in the company’s Q3 2017 earnings call. The announcement ...

Sun 12 Nov 17 from Ubergizmo

ESPN Plus standalone service will start streaming in spring 2018

After purchasing streaming company BamTech for $1.58 billion, Disney said it would offer content via its own on-demand service, rather than going through Netflix. That's not just ...

Fri 10 Nov 17 from Engadget

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