For some time now, Cablevision subscribers have been missing out on many of the internet-based and other offerings from The Worldwide Leader in Sports. Today, however, folks will be happy to know that The Walt Disney Company (ESPN’s parent outfit) and Cablevision have reached a deal which will bring access to a variety of new content on different platforms, including WatchESPN, ESPN3, ESPN 3D as well as on demand channels from ABC and Disney’s extensive repertoire. Mum’s the word on how much cash was involved in the deal, but we do know it’s a multi-year agreement and that Walt & Co. feel rather content about it, with a company’s spokesperson saying, “With our robust and ever-growing multi-platform content offerings, we’re pleased to be able to expand our relationship with Cablevision.”
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