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Time Warner adds ESPN3 in new deal

Written by Andre Yoskowitz (Google+) @ 06 Sep 2010 15:55 User comments (7)

Time Warner adds ESPN3 in new deal Time Warner Cable has signed a new deal with Disney this week, giving their subscribers free access to the sports site ESPN3.
Because of the deal, 12.7 million Time Warner subscribers and 2.4 million Bright House subscribers will get free access to the site, and the ability to stream full games.

During the recent World Cup, ESPN says almost 8 million people tuned into the site at one point during the tournament.

The cable companies had long held out on ESPN3, citing excessive fees from Disney.

Additionally, the agreement will allow TW and BH to continue carrying the Disney Channel, ABC Family, Disney XD and ESPN 3D.

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7 user comments

16.9.2010 17:35

Great, one more media outlet sucking the co^k of brett farve.

26.9.2010 19:00

So how long will it take for TW to be able to access the live streams. Because I just tried and can't get access yet.

36.9.2010 21:46

i have been able to since the 3rd.

46.9.2010 23:42

Way to go TW, too little too late. I had to use MobiTV on my iPhone to stream the World Cup.

57.9.2010 0:02

Wonderfull...ESPN3...I will remember that the next time I want to watch professional hacky-sack.

67.9.2010 16:53

thats espn8 the ocho

728.9.2010 20:10

thank you

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