Disney and YouTube TV have reached a deal today to put more than a dozen Disney-owned channels back on Google’s internet TV streaming service.To get more latest news on disney, you can visit shine news official website.

The news follows a previous announcement late Friday that the two had failed to reach an agreement before their contract expired, and users were informed they would no longer have access to the channels, which included ESPN, Disney, FX, and other Disney-owned properties.

“We are pleased to announce that after a brief disruption, we have reached a new distribution agreement with Google’s YouTube TV for continued carriage of our portfolio of networks,” Disney said in a statement. “We appreciate Google’s collaboration to reach fair terms that are consistent with the market, and we’re thrilled that our robust lineup of live sports and news plus kids, family and general entertainment programming is in the process of being restored to YouTube TV subscribers across the country.”

With the loss of channels, YouTube TV said it would lower its price by $15 to $49.99 per month. In a blog post about the reinstated service, YouTube TV said it would return to its original $64.99-per-month service cost, but that it will “honor a one-time credit for all impacted members.”“For active members who have not yet received that $15 discount on their monthly bill, you will automatically receive a one-time credit on your next bill with no action needed,” YouTube TV said. “For members who were impacted and have initiated the cancellation process, we would love to welcome you back.”

YouTube TV said that it has started to restore access to the Disney-owned properties on its service, including local ABC stations, which will return “over the course of the day.”Welcome to Tad’s toadally awesome list of what’s coming to Walt Disney World Resort, Universal Orlando Resort and the other parks in 2022 and beyond! As the Frog Family’s resident thrill seeker, tech junkie and head frog videographer — thank you very much — I live to keep tabs on all of the attractions and experiences heading to the Orlando theme parks, and I’ve been doing it for a few years. After an unusual year for theme parks, with temporary closures due to COVID-19, some openings and projects were delayed or postponed indefinitely. But there are a lot of exciting things to look forward to in 2022 and beyond!

In Disney news, during the Destination D23 event, Disney Parks, Experience and Products Chairman Josh D’Amaro confirmed that a number of attractions were progressing, including Guardians of the Galaxy Cosmic Rewind (summer 2022) and the Star Wars hotel (March 1, 2022)! Plus, in 2022, we’ll see the return of Festival of Fantasy parade at Magic Kingdom and Fantasmic! at Disney’s Hollywood Studios. But back to this year — there are lots to celebrate for Walt Disney World’s 50th anniversary, including the newly debuted Disney Enchantment at Magic Kingdom and Harmonious and Remy’s Ratatouille Adventure at EPCOT. Also, the new Cirque du Soleil show, “Drawn to Life,” premiered Nov. 18, 2021, at Disney Springs.

After months of churro stand jokes and witty tweets to build the hype, Universal Orlando’s Jurassic World VelociCoaster finally roared to life! The new coaster debuted June 10 after much anticipation, and it didn’t disappoint. VelociCoaster packs in a lot of thrills, including its prominent top hat feature and barrel roll above the lagoon … you’re being chased after velociraptors, after all.

If you’re curious about all of the Universal Orlando and Disney World construction around the parks, you’re at the right place. Be sure to bookmark this page because I add to it as new rides, shows and other hoppenings are announced! (Hop here to see what opened in 2020 and previous years.)