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Disney, Time Warner to share digital video for iPad, more

updated 09:45 pm EDT, Thu September 2, 2010

Details to be announced soon

The Walt Disney Co. and Time Warner have established a long-term agreement that will continue to bring a wide range of Disney programming to Time Warner cable subscribers. The terms of the deal will allow subscribers to access a variety of online content and video-on-demand services.

Time Warner Cable and Bright House Networks customers will be able to access ESPN, ESPN2 and ESPNU through broadband connections and a variety of mobile devices such as the iPad. The companies have also developed ESPN Goal Line, a "super-highlight" channel that will air each Saturday night during the NCAA football season.

Details regarding the Internet and mobile services will be announced sometime in the near future.



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