YouTube and Disney are two very different companies, but that does not mean they are unable to work with one another and synergize. In fact, the Walt Disney Company and Google’s YouTube have come to an agreement, where they would both spend somewhere in the region of $10 million to $15 million in order to come up with an original video series that will then be shown off on Disney’s YouTube channel. Not only that, cartoon lovers will definitely fall for the next “feature”, which comes in the form of full-length episodes being shown on YouTube – without requiring you to fork out a single cent. This agreement went into effect recently according to AllThingsD, and during the past few days, you are able to enjoy full-length episodes from Disney original series such as “The Suite Life of Zack and Cody,” “The Proud Family,” and “Hannah Montana,” among others. So far, over 65 uploads have been processed, and you can be sure that more are in store.
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