The New Fox, Disney, & Warner Bros. Discovery Sports Streaming Gets an Official Name





Earlier this year, Walt Disney’s ESPN, Fox, and Warner Bros. Discovery announced a new streaming bundle that will offer 16 live sports channels and none of the non-sports related channels. For sports fans, this may be the dream service, letting them watch sports without paying for things like the Disney Channel or MTV.

Now they have announced the name of the new joint venture service. For months, rumored names have been floating around for it, but now we know that the service will be called Venu Sports. They also launched an official website for the new service here.

“We are excited to officially introduce Venu Sports, a brand that we feel captures the spirit of an all-new streaming home where sports fans outside of the traditional pay TV eco-system can experience an incredible collection of live sports, all in one place,” Distad said. “As preparations for the platform continue to accelerate, we are singularly focused on delivering a best-in-class product for our target audience, built from the ground up using the latest technologies to engage and entertain discerning sports fans wanting one-stop access to live games.”

This comes as The Athletic has reported that it expects the price to be between $40 and $50 a month. However, it is possible that the price could be higher. Fox recently said the service will be in the “higher ranges” of the estimates, likely meaning the service will cost between $40 and $50 a month as that was what some companies have reported. This is from Fox CEO Lachlan Murdoch at the Morgan Stanley Technology, Media and Telecom conference.

No official final price has been announced for this new service.

So what do we know about this service?

Release Date:

It is reported that this new streaming service will launch in the late summer of 2024. It is hoped to be live in time for the start of the college football season.

Streaming Through Max, Hulu, & Others:

At Warner Bros. Discovery’s 4th quarter 2023 earnings call it confirmed that this new service will be bundled with Max. Disney has already confirmed that you will be able to subscribe to this new streaming service through services like Hulu and ESPN+.

Here’s a list of the channels that you would be getting:

  • ESPN
  • ESPN2
  • SECN
  • ACCN
  • ABC
  • FOX
  • FS1
  • FS2
  • BTN
  • TNT
  • TBS
  • truTV
  • ESPN+

Here’s a list of what will be available on the service:

Pro FootballNFL | UFL
BasketballNBA | WNBA
COLLEGE SPORTSThousands of games and events, multiple sports, across nearly two dozen conferences, including:ACC, Big 10, Big 12, Big East, SEC | 40 NCAA Championship Events |NCAA Men’s & Women’s Basketball Tournaments |The College Football Playoff
GolfPGA Tour | PGA Championship | The Masters | TGL
Grand Slam TennisWimbledon | US Open | Australian Open
CYCLINGGiro d’Italia | UCI Mountain Bike World Cup | Giro Donne
SoccerFIFA World Cup | U.S. SoccerNWSL | MLS | LALIGA | Bundesliga | UEFA | CONCACAF
Combat SportsUFC | Top Rank
AutoFormula 1 | NASCAR | 24 Hours of Le Mans

For now, we will have to wait and see what is announced later this year to confirm pricing and release date.

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