Disney+ may not be on Fire TV due to an reported ad dispute
When Disneyconfirmed all the platforms on which you'll be able to stream Disney+, there was a notable omission: Amazon'sFire TV ecosystem. It seems the companies are tussling over terms for not just Disney+, but apps for the likes of ESPN+ and Disney Channel. Amazon reportedly wants a large percentage of ad space on Disney's apps, which the entertainment giant has opposed. The two sides might be able to resolve the issue, but if not, Disney'sAmazon reportedly wants a large percentage of ad space on Disney's apps, which the entertainment giant has opposed. The two sides might be able to resolve the issue, but if not, Disney's apps could disappear from Fire TV, according to the Wall Street Journal.
Disney+ will be available on Amazon Fire TV devices for the November 12th launch after all, according to The Wall Street Journal, following a It’s not clear whether Disney agreed to Amazon ’s terms, but the two companies have come to some sort of agreement. That means that Disney+ will be
Amazon .com Inc. has reached a deal with Walt Disney Co. to carry the Disney+ streaming-video service on Fire TV devices , according to people familiar with the matter. The two companies had been at loggerheads over terms for carrying Disney ’s apps on Amazon ’s Fire TV devices
Disney+ will be available on Amazon Fire TV devices for the November 12th launch after all,, that said the streaming service may not be available on Amazon products due to a disagreement over advertising.
CEO Bob Iger announced the news on Disney’s fourth quarter earnings call, alongside news that Disney+ will also be available on LG and Samsung smart TVs. “We’re pleased to announce partnerships with Amazon Fire [TV], LG, and Samsung devices.”
, the fight over Disney+ on Fire TV was due to a dispute over advertising rights in Disney’s apps, including those for ABC, ESPN, and the Disney Channel. It’s not clear whether Disney agreed to Amazon’s terms, but the two companies have come to some sort of agreement. That means that Disney+ will be coming to Fire TV devices — and that existing Disney apps will be allowed to stick around on Amazon’s streaming platform, too.
Whatever the terms, though, having Amazon on board is a big win for Disney heading into the launch of Disney+ on November 12th. Amazon’s Fire TV platform is the one of the two largest streaming platform in the world (along with Roku), which is a lot of potential customers that Disney’s hoping will sign up for the new service.
Disney opens its first amusement park in China
Disney boss Bob Iger said at the inauguration, "We've been thinking about ways to grow in China through various ways. And we clearly benefit from the growth of the Chinese film market, some of our recent films have had great successes here. But nothing has more impact, nothing creates a stronger bond with our stories, our brands, our characters, than such a fun park. "
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The opening ceremony itself was overshadowed by the bad weather and news of thedeath of a two-year-old boy
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Disney+ just got a new feature that it should have had at launch .
Disney+ launched almost two weeks ago, and the streaming service is already a massive success for the company, with more than 10 million people having already subscribed to it. It’s not really surprising considering that the low price and huge catalog are two reasons why getting a Disney+ subscription is a no-brainer. However, Disney+ isn’t perfect, and the streaming issues that Disney had to deal with at launch is proof of that. Not to mention that the app isn’t on par with what competitors offer when it comes to functionality. Just a few days ago, we explained Disney+ lacked a basic feature to let you resume where you left off.