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Apple In Talks With MGM And Pac-12 Over Content Deals For Apple TV !!TOP!!



The talks could indicate Apple's interest in expanding from its strategy of offering original shows for its Apple TV Plus streaming service, which launched earlier this year with less than a dozen shows, and promises documentaries and other content from the likes of Oprah. The company could also be considering expansion into live sports. It's unclear though whether either of these deals would be for more involvement with the Apple TV app or inclusion in the Apple TV streaming service.




Apple in Talks With MGM and Pac-12 Over Content Deals for Apple TV



I have the exact same problem as the original poster and I tried many times already the solution proposed by trstark66 and it's still not working. It's not working for both my iPad and iPhone 5. I'm using the latest iOS version available all the time. I have my iPad since 3 years and my iPhone since 1 years and I always had that problem. I'm an airline pilot so I'm always in hotels. I asked my colleagues who also have iPhones and iPads and they all have the same problems from time to time. And when I go in an apple store they all say that it's the first time they hear about that problem. I never have that problem with my PCs, my previous phone and my BB playbook. Only with my iPhone and iPad....since now 3 years...Always the same problem. I'm connected to the Hotel Network, I have an IP address but nothing popup to register with a user name, password or just to access the "I have read and accept the condition.../connect". And when I go in Safari or other Browsers, I am not redirected to a login page. All I have is a message saying cannot access the webpage because I'm not connected to Internet. I tried already hard resets, on/off Wi-Fi, automatic connexion off, forget this network, reset network setting...


Any downsides? The platform had a bumpy start in May, with confusion over branding and access among its problems. So far, it is not a powerhouse of original content like Netflix, but nor do its tentpole brands cohere into a simple, elegant whole like Disney+. It is also expensive, although a (presumably) cheaper ad-supported option is planned. Another downside: it only available in the U.S. for now.


Mr. Olive has been with Crackle Plus (owned by Chicken Soup for the Soul Entertainment) for the last 9 years, and holds the position of EVP, National Ad Sales and Strategy. In his role, he leads a team that sells media, sponsorships and branded content deals for their owned and operated ad-supported OTT networks Crackle, Popcornflix and Chicken Soup for the Soul. In addition, Crackle Plus holds sales rights for a growing portfolio of premium streaming services including FUNimation, Crunchyroll, Plex, etc., combining to create one of the largest at-scale inventory sources for long-form OTT video. Mr. Olive has spent the better part of his 20+ year career helping media companies like Discovery Networks, Sony Pictures Television and PlayStation build out their digital and OTT video sales organizations, sales strategy, and revenue.


Thanks for the list Josh although their are a couple of shows and films from the Disney and 20th Century side of things you missed and forgot to put in:- Wander over Yonder (Disney Channel/Disney XD, 2013-2016; 2 Seasons)- Penn Zero: Part Time Hero (2014-2017, 2 Seasons)- Malcolm in the Middle (2000-2006, 7 Seasons)- Robots (Blue Sky Studios film, 2005)- Horton Hears a Who! (2008)- Rio (2011)- Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Rodrick Rules (2011) (streaming rights held by HBO)- Modern Family (ABC, 2009-2020)- Fresh off the Boat (ABC, 2015-2020)- Buffy the Vampire Slayer (1997-2003, 7 Seasons)- Firefly (2002-2003, 1 Season)- Glee (2009-2015, 6 Seasons)- Don't Trust the B in Apartment 23 (ABC, 2012-2013; 2 Seasons) Starring Krysten Ritter- Brandy & Mr. Whiskers (2004-2006, 2 Seasons)- The Buzz on Maggie (2005-2006, 1 Season)- Dave the Barbarian (2004-2005, 1 Season)- Bend it Like Beckham (2000)- Samantha Who? (ABC, 2007-2009)- Really Wild Animals from National Geographic (1993-1998, 26 Episodes)- Gnomeo and Juliet (2011)- When in Rome (2010)Also put in a section dedicated to Domestic Rights issues cause certain films and shows aren't owned by Disney and it's subsidiaries Domestically such as Popeye, Dragonslayer and Titanic.Finally, I would like to point out a couple of things Josh, certain PG-13 and TV-14 titles from Touchstone, 20th Century Studios (Film/Television) and ABC Studios might not appear on Disney+ and instead go to Hulu due to content not being suitable for the Disney+ service, such as Dead Poets Society, Armaggedon, Coyote Ugly, Signs, The Village, The Proposal, A Lot Like Love, Jumper, Wild Hogs, The Prestige, 24, The X-Files, Bones, NYPD Blue, Lost, Desperate Housewives, Revenge, Scandal, Castle, How to Get Way with Murder, among others.Even Family Guy and the rest of Seth MacFarlane's other animated shows (while TV-14) have been confirmed to stay on Hulu due to the inappropriate humor and content. 350c69d7ab


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