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Submitted by Ramon3MR 937d ago | news

Netflix Announces Multi-Year Agreement with The Walt Disney Company

Examiner: Netflix today announced that it has signed a new multi-year deal with The Walt Disney Company, that will give it exclusive U.S. rights to offer first-run-live-action and animated feature films from Walt Disney Studios. (Netflix, VOD, Walt Disney Pictures)

Soldierone  +   937d ago
I hope they get more! Take things away from On Demand and Pay Per View. Those services shouldn't be as expensive as they are!
aviator189  +   937d ago
we gotta wait until 2016 for this deal to go into effect for us?? ...lame, but still cool.
Soldierone  +   936d ago
Kinda awkward watching the dates too. By the time some deals kick in, other deals expire. Doesn't the dreamworks deal end in 2016?
kingPoS  +   936d ago
When does that Dreamworks deal go into effect? 2013 or was 2014?
Lord_Sloth  +   936d ago
Netflix is gonna be put in that damned vault! Get it before it's GONE!!!

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