The media including myself believe that Africa will lose their Disney Channel and Disney Junior by the end of 2023 round it up you get 2024.
One thing I'm expecting from all of this is for some markets to still not have Disney+ kind of like Asia.
MultiChoice and The Walt Disney Company Africa confirm channels carriage agreement extension until 2024: 'Contract renewal brings Disney magic into homes of DStv subscribers everywhere'.A news site covering the South African television industry with news and analysis about it.teeveetee.blogspot.com
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Here you go:So, I was looking at Logopedia for save some logos. I went to the Disney page as I had to save some stuff (namely Dlife, Freeform and Viajar)...
And, uhm, apparently Viajar and the Spanish Fox Life will close at the end of the year. Take this with a grain of salt for now, as I gotta find a source.
Thank you. At the end, my idea of "Viajar will close when the Spanish Fox gets closed" wasn't properly fullfilled.
If still productive, given the size of these markets and probably not likely to happen soon launch of Disney+ there, it could stay in its place..I think that now that Viajar is going, the only minor brand got from the Fox merger left is 24Kitchen in the Adria? region. If it's still around.
Maybe, that's a saving grace, in a sense.If still productive, given the size of these markets and probably not likely to happen soon launch of Disney+ there, it could stay in its place..
24Kitchen also exists in Portugal BTW
Even the FTA operations aren't safe, 2025 is when the licence is expires. Although this depends on the success of Disney+ in Spain, and whether the viewing share is enough (which is a lot more important on FTA channels) to sustain the existence of the channel. Also to add, Boing is regularly beating Disney in terms of viewership at the moment, and that's not even considering Clan TVE.El gigante audiovisual se centrará casi exclusivamente en Disney+, lo que implicaría abandonar sus actuales ventanas de emisión de canales infantiles en nuestro país. Según informa The Objective , …www.mundoplus.tv
Sorry for the second post, but apparently DC Spain could disappear from the Spanish DTT in 2023!
As usual, MAVISE confuses licensing and ownership.Do you have any idea when the license of the Romanian version of Disney Channel is gonna expire? I searched on MAVISE and the only thing I found is that is owned by the Spanish division (The Walt Disney Company Iberia S.A.)
Do you have any idea when the license of the Romanian version of Disney Channel is gonna expire? I searched on MAVISE and the only thing I found is that is owned by the Spanish division (The Walt Disney Company Iberia S.A.)
Same for WarnerMedia, where the licences are through HBO Europe's Czech subsidiary, where as the main HBO Europe HQ is in London. They only exist as a regulatory technicality so the channels can provide both linear and VOD services within the EU single market (as deemed acceptable by the EU).As usual, MAVISE confuses licensing and ownership.
The Spanish doesn't control any of the EMEA operations other than the ones in Spain and Portugal, however, licenses are in Spain, now.
But ownership is in London
Off-topic:Unfortunately, the CNMC (Spanish Media Regulator) website doesn't document licences (or how long they last), which is why I had to assume some licences were Spanish after the licences were moved outside the UK after Brexit, until MAVISE updated their database
Sky News International has no ads, so I guess they don't have to be concerned about any advertising regulations in Luxembourg, which probably also explains the same thing for BBC One or BBC Two, but the other commercial BBC channels use a Dutch licence.
The BBC should have to be concern, because in Malta, Italian channels are banned from airing Euro 2020 (2021) inside the country, due to rights.
Why Euro 2020 matches are being blocked on Italian TV channels
Couldn’t they just do the same thing in countries like Switzerland and Belgium, as the BBC & ITV has and had FTA rights to some selected sports events in their country like Euro 2020 (2021)?
We don’t have to go to Mavise website, as they don’t update quickly and it’s much confusable to know what license are channels like Disney Channel or Disney Junior broadcasting and who owns it. There is already an official website for both Ofcom & RRtv, but what about the rest?
I was mentioning countries as an example, the ones that are carrying British channels like BBC & ITV, and I was just requesting whether they should ban the channels during matches, like the same situation happened in Malta, or not.In Switzerland, they have a law where any FTA channel that is receivable via conventional reception equipment can be distributed, the BBC or ITV didn't have the broadcasting rights for Euro 2020 in Switzerland. In Benelux, the BBC channels are available, but aren't free, ITV (TVS) hasn't been available since the late 1980's/early 1990's.
Not all media regulatory websites list the licenses, hence why we have to depend on MAVISE, in the EU, CVDM (Dutch) and RRTV (Czech) are possibly the best two media regulatory websites for information.
I was mentioning countries as an example, the ones that are carrying British channels like BBC & ITV. I was just requesting where they should ban the channels during matches like the same situation in Malta or not.