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19:01  12 november  2019
19:01  12 november  2019 Source:   thebiglead.com

Disney reaches deal with Amazon to put Disney+ on Fire TV devices

  Disney reaches deal with Amazon to put Disney+ on Fire TV devices Disney and Amazon have made upCEO 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.

Disney decided to remove lots of its content from cable channels a week before Disney+ launches , leaving families more than a little frustrated and children upset.

Still, Disney+ is unlikely to come close to Netflix's 150 million worldwide subscribers, at least in its first year. According to analysts at MoffettNathanson, Disney+ is expected to reach 18 million global subscribers by the end of 2020. Even though that would represent a fraction of Netflix's customer

Not sure if you're aware: Disney+ launched today, making it the perfect time to curl up with a cup of hot cocoa and watch Brink! or rip through a season of Bug Juice or whatever old-school material survived the migration. Some of ESPN's top talent is excited about the debut of the streaming service. How do we know?

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Well.

It's unclear if there was an email reminder to spread the word or everyone has independently decided to evangelize for the common company good. But the support is noticeable.

It's interesting to see such a full-court press. It's also not surprising to observers of the bottom line that such a phenomenon would occur. Need for a fainting couch will vary based on one's perception.

Journalism and business: always strange and complicated bedfellows.

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.

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