The Walt Disney Company and DISH Network Corporation have come together to issue an announcement concerning a groundbreaking, long-term, wide-ranging distribution agreement which will see DISH customers enjoy access to Disney’s robust line-up of top quality sports, news and entertainment content, whether you view it over TVs, computers, smartphones, tablets, gaming consoles and other compatible connected devices.
This particular renewal agreement would support the companies’ mutual goal, which is to deliver the best video content to customers via various platforms, at the same time enhancing the value of the multichannel video subscription while creating the opportunity for DISH to deliver new services sometime down the road.
Basically, you might not even need to have a satellite dish in your home to begin watching. Not only that, a truce has seemingly been agreed by both parties when it comes to their respective run-ins at the court, where Dish will work to stop Hopper owners from skipping ads on Disney-produced shows, at least until three days after they air. This particular move ought to sit down well with Disney advertisers who depend on three-day audience ratings. What do you think of this particular alliance – do you foresee yourself spending more time watching movies and TV series [Press Release]