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Disney to Offer Full-Length Episodes on Broadband - Mediaweek - 2/9/06

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  • Disney to Offer Full-Length Episodes on Broadband - Mediaweek - 2/9/06

    Disney to Offer Full-Length Episodes on Broadband
    by Mike Shields


    The Disney Channel will begin offering full-length episodes of several of its series on DisneyChannel.com and Jetix.tv beginning this spring.

    The series being offered via broadband include Kim Possible, Power Rangers and shows like Super Robot Monkey Team Hyperforce Go!, part of Jetix, the network's action adventure block.

    Like other broadband services, such as Nickelodeon's TurboNick, Disney's shows will be available on-demand for free and ad-supported, with both streaming video ads and accompanying banner placements.


    Full Story: http://www.mediaweek.com/mw/news/interactive/article_display.jsp?vnu_content_id=1001994573
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