Sprint Now Streaming Full Length ABC and Disney Shows
May 15, 2007, 1:34 PM by (staff)
Sprint has struck a deal to make full-length Disney and ABC TV shows available to Power Vision TV Pack subscribers. ABC will offer three channels that stream a constant rotation of popular clips and full-length shows - ABC, ABC News Now and Disney. The carrier will also make the last four episodes of the full-length shows available on-demand. The most recent episode will be available the day after it airs on TV. Those who already pay $15 per month for the Power Vision Access pack will get free access to the Disney selections, but not ABC. Sprint Power Vision TV Pack costs an additional $5 at $20 per month. Though the shows will launch ad-free, Sprint will begin to include advertising in the streams later this year.
Skype Bringing 'Mojis' to Mobile Apps
Skype today revealed a new way for people to enliven their messages with what it calls Mojis. Mojis are short video clips pulled from popular movies and television shows such as The Muppets, Despicable Me, Bridesmaids, Pitch Perfect, and Jurassic Park that can be added to conversations.
YouTube TV to Offer Live TV for $35 Per Month
Google this week announced YouTube TV, another way to watch television content online. Google partnered with more than 40 television networks, including national and regional channels, to provide access to their shows for the YouTube generation.
Instagram Extending Video Length to 60 Seconds
Instagram today said users will be able to share videos up to 60 seconds in length, which is up significantly from the previous limit of 12 seconds. Instagram is making the change in response to the rapid rise in time people spend watching Instagram videos.
T-Mobile Zero-Rates 16 More Services, Bringing Binge On to 100+
T-Mobile today added 16 more video streaming services to its Binge On program, bring the total number of services to over 100. The new video services include ABC, Apple Music, Big Ten Network, CEEK VR, DISH Anywhere, Disney Channel, Disney Jr., Disney XD, D-PAN.TV, DramaFever, FOX NOW, FXNOW, NAT GEO TV, Shalom World, Sioeye, and Tubi TV.
When is Verizon going to add more channels???
When will all these questions be answered? Right now, the programming stinks on Verizon. They definately marketed to the "soap" watchers. That's on like half the day.
Now if only they would add NBC..
These carriers need to stop trying to monopolize content in my opinion. Although I understand the revenue grab.
I'm Watching LOST Right Now!!!