Netflix is extending its previous existing licensing agreement with Disney-ABC Television Group while Amazon acquires a new deal
Both Netflix and Amazon have announced new agreements with Disney-ABC Television Group today.
Netflix has had a bit of a rocky road throughout 2011 with the decision to raise prices, limit video streams, add a DVD spinoff company called Qwikster, then suddenly eliminate Qwikster before it even launched. Netflix's loss of its Starz distribution deal come February was also a hard hit that came this past September, which will eliminate Disney and Sony-related programming.
But now, Netflix has struck a deal with Disney-ABC Television Group, extending their previous existing licensing agreement. This allows Netflix to stream content from the Disney Channel, ABC Studios and ABC Family.
In addition to extending the previous existing licensing agreement, new content will be added to Netflix as well. According to the new agreement, episodes from new seasons that air on Disney-ABC will be available on Netflix 30 days after the last episode of the season airs on television.
Some of the new Netflix content includes ABC Family's "Switched at Birth," prior season episodes of Disney Channel's "Kick Buttowski," and ABC's "Alias."
Netflix isn't the only subscription service landing deals with Disney-ABC. Amazon has also announced an agreement with Disney-ABC Television Group, although Amazon's deal isn't an extension of an existing licensing agreement, but rather a new deal that will allow Amazon Prime subscribers access to a variety of content from Disney Channel, ABC Studios, Marvel, and ABC Family.
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