NCTC Deal Boosts Distribution for Disney, ESPN HD Channels

Nov 3, 2008  •  Post A Comment

Disney and ESPN Media Networks and the NCTC have made a multiyear agreement that will provide NCTC cable operators with access to HD channels.
The deal includes access to programming from ESPNU, ESPNU HD, ESPN2 HD, ESPNews HD, ABC Family HD, Disney Channel HD and Toon Disney HD.
NCTC is a nonprofit programming and hardware purchasing cooperative founded in 1984. It serves 1,100-plus U.S. cable operators that own and operate cable systems serving 16 million subscribers.
“We are very excited to provide these outstanding networks to the NCTC and their membership through this agreement,” David C. Preschlack, executive vice president of Disney and ESPN Media Networks, said in a statement. “From sports to quality family programming, this agreement provides the best in television entertainment to the NCTC’s membership base.”
Jeff Abbas, NCTC president-CEO, said, “NCTC members are launching additional HD content to meet growing consumer demand, and this new agreement provides members with an excellent HD package of top Disney and ESPN content. We are confident members will see a positive response from customers as they add these channels to their expanding HD lineups.”


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