Cord Cutting Today: ESPN is Coming to Disney+ As Disney & ESPN Are Reportedly in Talks to Take Over the NFL Network





Today in Cord Cutting Today for May 8, 2024 we take a look at some of the biggest stories in the world of cord cutting including: Disney & ESPN Are Reportedly in Talks to Take Over the NFL Network.

You can find links to each story we talk about below this video:

Disney & ESPN Are Reportedly in Talks to Take Over the NFL Network

Disney+ & Hulu Become Profitable For The First Time Ever & Disney+ Added 6 Million Subscribers

Hulu + Live TV Loses Over 100,000 Subscribers in Q2 of 2024

Disney & Comcast Are Still Fighting Over The Final Sale Price For Hulu

Disney+ Set to Score Big Adding Live ESPN Games and Shows in 2024

Deal Alert! Amazon’s Fire TV Cube Is On Sale For Just $114.99 For Mother’s Day

Tubi Launches a New Studio to Help Aspiring Filmmakers

Paramount Starts Official Talks With Sony For a $26 Billion Offer to Buy The Company

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