ESPN has begun to roll out its new video partnership with YouTube, the digital media company that has been one of the biggest supporters of its sports network in the past few years.
ESPN.TV will launch with the new partnership, and in the weeks ahead, ESPN will launch two other new streaming channels that are designed for fans of the network.
ESPN has partnered with YouTube in the last year to distribute a number of sports programming, including the first live stream of the 2016 Super Bowl.
YouTube has also been an important source for the network’s digital content, and it’s a new partnership that gives ESPN’s video content an even bigger presence.
ESPN is making the move because it has not only made its sports content more valuable, but also because it’s needed to deliver an even better digital experience for fans.
“The digital strategy is designed to give ESPN more reach across all our platforms,” ESPN VP of content marketing Jason Licht said.
“We’re also adding a new way to watch the games, which will bring more live video to our viewers across multiple platforms, as well as new content from our creative teams.
We have a very strong relationship with YouTube and we’re excited to have a long and healthy relationship with them.”
ESPN has also made a number new streaming video partnerships.
It’s partnering with YouTube for its sports programming: ESPN’s YouTube channel, which has more than 1.2 billion subscribers, will be available on the new YouTube Red app and on the network for more than 30 days.
In addition, ESPN is partnering with the platform to bring new video to its fans and other ESPN-owned platforms, including its flagship network ESPN.
It will launch a new streaming channel that will be launched later this month that will bring its content to a growing number of devices.
ESPN’s new YouTube channel will be a new app for fans to watch and discover new content.
It can be viewed on mobile devices and TVs, including Android phones and tablets, as part of a subscription plan.
ESPN also will be rolling out a new sports channel that is designed for video fans: ESPN.tv, which is available to users in more than 200 countries and will be made available for streaming later this year.
This channel will give fans access to video content from ESPN, ESPN Deportes, ESPN and ESPN Radio, as it has with its existing YouTube channel.
ESPN will also be launching two new video partners.
ESPN Now, the company’s digital streaming video service, will launch this fall.
ESPN, which already has a video channel, will begin providing access to the new channel in the United States in early 2018.
ESPN and the new video partnerships are part of the company to continue growing its sports digital footprint, which Licht described as “a much bigger picture” than just its sports networks.
“I think the key is that our digital strategy has evolved and it has evolved in response to what the consumer wants,” Licht told ESPN.
“The goal has been to offer a great, high-quality experience to fans, and the more people that come to us, the more we will be able to reach them.”