Google has failed to reach an agreement that would allow it to continue offering YouTube TV subscribers access to Disney channels. Technology giant warned customers a few days ago that Disney channels, including ABC, ESPN and FX, could disappear before midnight on December 17 if they can’t come to terms with transportation fees. It was then optimistic that he could achieve the desired outcome. But now Google has told customers that those companies were I can’t reach an agreement before their existing one expired despite negotiations for several months.
The company said negotiations had failed despite its best efforts, but would “continue talks with Disney to advocate for [viewers’] in the name. ”Disney, however, said Streamable in a statement by which YouTube TV “refused to reach a fair deal [the company] on the basis of market conditions. ”
The company added: “As a result, their subscribers have lost access to our portfolio of unrivaled networks, including live sports and news, plus children’s, family and general entertainment programs from ABC, ESPN, Disney Channels, Freeform, FX and channels of National Geographic. We are ready to reach a fair agreement with Google as soon as possible to reduce inconvenience to YouTube TV viewers by rebuilding our networks. We hope that Google will join us in this endeavor. “
Here is a list of Disney-owned channels that are no longer available on YouTube TV:
Google has lowered the price of YouTube TV by $ 15 per month (from $ 65 to $ 50 for the Basic level) while Disney channels are not available on the platform. For now, viewers are advised to sign up for The Disney Bundle for $ 14 a month if they want to continue accessing channels removed from YouTube TV.
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