Last week, it was announced that due to a licensing deal expiring between YouTube and Disney, YouTube TV will be losing access to Disney content on its platform. However, for YouTube TV subscribers who do enjoy the Disney content, you’ll be pleased to learn that a new deal has been struck by both companies and basically nothing will change.

According to the announcement on YouTube’s blog, “We’re happy to share that we’ve reached an agreement with Disney to return their content to YouTube TV while preserving a $64.99/mo. price for our members. We have already started to restore access to Disney networks like ESPN and FX, including their live and on-demand content, as well as any recordings that were previously in your Library. We will also be turning on the local ABC stations over the course of the day.”

Now, as you might recall, YouTube announced that because they were removing Disney content, they would be bringing the price down. However, the announcement now states that prices will remain the same, but the good news is that YouTube has decided that they will be honoring the previous price drop as a one-time deal.

“As we promised a $15 discount while the Disney content remained off platform, we will still honor a one-time credit for all impacted members. For active members who have not yet received that $15 discount on their monthly bill, you will automatically receive a one-time credit on your next bill with no action needed.”

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