Update: Verizon and A+E Networks reached out to Cord Cutters News with an updated on the press release saying that A+E Networks will only stream original 4th and Dean content for free on Oath properties, as well as select A+E content like broadcasts of the National Women’s Soccer League games and other long-form content on a case-by-case basis.
Today Verizon announced an expanded partnership to stream A+E Networks to stream original content from 45th and Dean to stream on free-to-watch Oath properties like Yahoo, and AOL.
“We’re excited to offer fans of A+E Networks more access than ever across Verizon’s Fios footprint and now, across our family of digital media properties,” said Brian Angiolet, SVP, Global Chief Media and Content Officer at Verizon. “This partnership expansion is yet another example of how we’re fueling our new Oath media brands and becoming the first screen for premium content across genres. With the addition of National Women’s Soccer League games on brands like Yahoo Sports, we’re continuing to add to our robust sports offering for fans.”
“We are thrilled to continue with our strong relationship with Verizon Fios, and excited about this broader content relationship that we have in place with Verizon and Oath,” said David Zagin, President, Distribution, A+E Networks.
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