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Disney pacts with Korea's SK Telecom

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  • Disney pacts with Korea's SK Telecom

    Posted: Fri., Feb. 20, 2009, 5:41pm PT

    SK Telecom cuts deal with Disney

    Mobile users will have access to hit films


    By Ian Mundell, Han Sunhee
    Variety

    Disney-ABC Intl. Television has pacted with Korea's SK Telecom to offer full-length movies and TV series on mobile VOD, Disney's first such deal outside North America.

    From March, SK Telecom mobile subscribers will have access to titles including "Wall-E" and "National Treasure" as well as TV series such as "Desperate Housewives."

    Disney is also planning to set up a joint venture with a local partner to bow a Disney channel in Korea, according to Rob Gilby, senior VP and managing director for Disney-ABC Intl. TV (Asia Pacific).
    SK Telecom cuts deal with Disney - Entertainment News, Technology News, Media - Variety
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