The Walt Disney Company on Tuesday announced that it would offer additional content from many of its networks including ESPN and ABC Sports, ABC Entertainment and Touchstone Television, ABC Family, ABC News, Buena Vista Television, Disney Channel, and SOAPnet, as well as content produced by Walt Disney Feature Animation.
Sports fans will get a big boost as the network offers condensed versions of all four BCS Bowl Games, Tostitos Fiesta Bowl and Nokia Sugar Bowl, the Orange Bowl and the Rose Bowl.
Later this month ESPN will release the Best Of The X Games; “SportsCentury” interviews from ESPN Classic’s biography series; and select ESPN Original Entertainment programs — including “Knight School,” the forthcoming reality program featuring Texas Tech basketball coach Bobby Knight, which will premiere on iTunes.
Other Disney shows coming to iTunes include “Wildfire,” “Kim Possible,” “The Proud Family” and SOAPnet’s original biography series “Soapography,”
Disney also said that video podcasts of Good Morning America” and the “World News Tonight” webcast, as well as ABC News Now’s “Money Minute,” “Medical Minute” and “Buzz Cut” will be available.