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YouTube TV warns users it could lose Disney's channels

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San Francisco, Dec 14 (IANS) Video streaming giant YouTube has warned that if YouTube TV is unable to renew its agreement with Disney, it will lose access to over a dozen Disney-owned channels later this week.

The company said that it is now in negotiations with Disney to continue distributing their content on YouTube TV.

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“Our deal will expire on Friday, December 17, 2021. We have not yet been able to reach an equitable agreement, so we want to give you a heads-up so that you can understand your choices,” the company said in a blogpost.

“Disney is an important partner for us. We are in active conversations with them and are working hard to keep their content on YouTube TV,” it added.

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If the company is unable to reach a deal by Friday, the Disney-owned channels will no longer be available on YouTube TV starting December 17. And, the company will decrease their monthly price by $15, from $64.99 to $49.99 — while Disney content remains off the platform.

The company mentioned that it partners with content owners in order to make over 85 channels available to users on YouTube TV.

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“From time to time, our partnerships need to be renewed to ensure we continue to offer a strong lineup at a competitive and fair price,” the company said.

–IANS

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