Wendy Lee Los Angeles Times Published 7:36 PM EDT Aug 19, 2019 Disney said Monday that its long-awaited streaming service, Disney+, will be available in November and accessible on a wide variety of devices. On Nov. 12, consumers will be able to access Disney+ not only in the United States, but also in Canada and the Netherlands. A week later, Disney+ will launch in Australia and New Zealand, the company said in a statement. The much-anticipated service will be available through an app in a variety of devices, including smartphones and connected TV devices made by Apple and Google. It can also be accessed on Microsoft’s gaming console Xbox One, Sony’s PlayStation 4 and Android TVs, as well as Roku TVs and streaming players. Many companies that sell streaming services see Disney as a formidable competitor to Netflix. Disney, with a treasure-trove of family-friendly movies and shows, has already come out with an aggressive price strategy and will make Disney+ a home for many of its titles. In its first year, the streaming service will have 100 recent theatrical releases, 400 older films and more than 7,500 television episodes. Disney+ will be the exclusive place to stream “Toy Story 4,”… Read full this story
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