Next month, Disney is to launch DisneyLife in the UK, a new streaming service that allow users to access the company’s films, TV shows, books and music.
The Guardian reports that the £9.99 a month service will come in the form of an app for Apple iOS or Android mobile and tablet devices and will give access to thousands of Disney Channel kid’s TV episodes, hundreds of albums, books and movies, including the complete Pixar catalogue.
Speaking with The Guardian, Bob Iger, chairman and chief executive of The Walt Disney Company stated: “DisneyLife is a great example of our strategy to utilise technology to connect with consumers in more direct and compelling ways.
"Families are accessing entertainment in completely new ways but their love for Disney and our unique characters and stories remains the same.”
The service allows each membership up to six people to have individual profiles and the content will be made available to watch or read in English, French, German, Italian and Spanish.