Disney+ launches in Ireland today

first_imgLimerickNewsDisney+ launches in Ireland todayBy Meghann Scully – March 24, 2020 228 RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Billy Lee names strong Limerick side to take on Wicklow in crucial Division 3 clash Facebook Email These providers will have the ability to include Disney+ in wholesale and retail packages for their subscribers. Specifics of those offers vary per company.Disney also has a retail distribution deal with Sky, making Disney+ available in Ireland and the UK on Sky Q, to be followed by NOW TV in the coming months.Pricing for Disney+ has been confirmed at €6.99 per month, or €69.99 for an annual subscription. Following its initial European launch markets, additional Western Europe markets, including Belgium, the Nordics, and Portugal, will follow in summer 2020.Full details and information on how to subscribe are available on Disneyplus.com. With over 500 films, 26 exclusive original movies and series and thousands of television episodes from Disney, Pixar, Marvel, Star Wars, National Geographic and more, Disney+ is the new streaming home for some of the world’s most beloved stories.“Launching in seven markets simultaneously marks a new milestone for Disney+,“ said Kevin Mayer, Chairman of Walt Disney Direct-to-Consumer & International.“As the streaming home for Disney, Marvel, Pixar, Star Wars, and National Geographic, Disney+ delivers high-quality, optimistic storytelling that fans expect from our brands, now available broadly, conveniently, and permanently on Disney+.“We humbly hope that this service can bring some much-needed moments of respite for families during these difficult times.” he added.Starting today, subscribers can enjoy 26 Disney+ Originals titles including “The Mandalorian,” the epic first-ever live-action Star Wars series; “Lady and the Tramp,” a live-action re-telling of the 1955 animated classic; “High School Musical: The Musical: The Series,” the all-new scripted series set at the real-life East High featured in the hit movies;“The World According to Jeff Goldblum” docu-series from National Geographic; “Marvel’s Hero Project,” which celebrates extraordinary kids making a difference in their communities; “Encore!,” executive produced by the multi-talented Kristen Bell;“The Imagineering Story” a 6-part documentary from Emmy and Academy Award-nominated filmmaker Leslie Iwerks and animated short film collections “SparkShorts” and “Forky Asks A Question” from Pixar Animation Studios.Disney+ is also the new streaming home of the iconic animated series “The Simpsons,” with over 600 episodes available together on-demand for the first time. At launch, seasons 1 to 30 will be available, with season 31 coming to the service later in the year.Watch Anywhere, Anytime Audiences can stream Disney+ on nearly all major mobile and connected TV devices from today, including gaming consoles, streaming media players, and smart TVs.Subscribers can enjoy commercial-free viewing, up to four concurrent streams, unlimited downloads on up to ten devices, personalised recommendations, and the ability to set up to seven different profiles, including the ability for parents to set Kids Profiles that have an easy to navigate, child-friendly interface to access age-appropriate content.Consumers can subscribe up for Disney+ directly or via in-app purchase from the following platforms and devices:Amazon (Fire TV devices, Fire TV Edition smart TVs, and Fire Tablets)Apple (iPhone, iPad, iPod touch and Apple TV, and fully integrated with the Apple TV app in the UK and Germany; customers can subscribe to Disney+ via in-app purchase)Google (Android phones, Android TV devices, Google Chromecast and Chromecast built-in devices)LG Smart TVs with webOSMicrosoft (Xbox One)Roku (Roku® streaming players and Roku TV™ models) in Ireland and the UK from today, and France from 7th AprilSamsung Smart TVsSony / Sony Interactive Entertainment (Android-based Sony TVs and PlayStation®4) For customer support, subscribers are encouraged to view the online Help Centre for answers to the most common questions, along with articles designed to help them navigate Disney+. Linkedin Twitter Previous articleShannon Airport is continuing to facilitate flights to repatriate passengersNext articleLimerick Post Show | Cllr Elisa O’Donovan talks Covid-19 Meghann Scully Through a comprehensive distribution plan and several strategic agreements, Disney+ is also available across multiple premier distributors in Europe with regional deals including:Deutsche Telekom in GermanyO2 in the UKTelefonica in SpainTIM in ItalyCanal+ in France (from April 7th)center_img TAGSDisneyfilmsKeeping Limerick PostedlimerickLimerick PostmoviesWalt Disney Disney+, the highly anticipated streaming service from The Walt Disney Company, launches today in Ireland, the UK, Germany, Italy, Spain, Austria, and Switzerland.The service will launch in France on April 7th. In light of concerns regarding the current ability of certain broadband infrastructure to handle the anticipated consumer demand for Disney+, the service will now feature a lower overall bandwidth utilisation by at least 25%. 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first_imgState Rep. Wendy McNamara FacebookTwitterCopy LinkEmailShare Expanding addiction treatment remains a House Republican legislative focus this session, and lawmakers are examining a variety of proposals addressing illegal drug use in Indiana, including:House Bill 1006 would broaden mental health and addiction treatment options for those charged with misdemeanor offenses and for newborns with neonatal abstinence syndrome.House Bill 1019 would add U-47700, an opioid that is reported to be seven times more potent than morphine and is sold online, to the list of banned synthetic drugs.House Bill 1282, which I co-authored, would require the Office of the Secretary of Family and Social Services to implement an evidence-based model of social work and substance abuse prevention that includes partnering with elementary and high schools to provide social and emotional support services to children, parents, caregivers, teachers and the community.House Bill 1312 would increase penalties for stealing prescription drugs from a pharmacy. Unfortunately, Indiana now leads the country in pharmacy robberies.With a 500 percent increase in drug overdose deaths in Indiana since 1999, I remain committed to supporting policies that combat addiction and save Hoosier lives.Sincerely,last_img read more

Syracuse, with no other options, commits itself to inconsistent 3-ball in loss to No. 11 Virginia

first_img Published on November 7, 2019 at 1:36 am Contact Michael: [email protected] | @MikeJMcCleary After Elijah Hughes drained a 3-pointer over Virginia’s Kihei Clark, Hughes peered down Clark’s drifting eyes and allowed the point guard to collide with his chest. It was early in the second half and, amid SU’s worst offensive performance since 1945 — an eventual 48-34 loss — the severity of Syracuse’s then-eight point deficit felt minimal. The Carrier Dome crowd erupted as Hughes continued to stare down at Clark, nine inches shorter.“We had some open ones that we make in practice,” Hughes said.No matter how close the score, what extent the deficit, a token 3-pointer from an SU team that said it would take a lot of them seemed like it always inched the Orange (0-1, 0-1 Atlantic Coast) closer. The Orange held true to their preseason promise to utilize its weapons behind the arc and fired 29 shots behind the arc. But the Orange’s inability to create any alternate offense to the 3-point shot created a one-dimensional look and sunk their 3-point percentage below 20% as No. 11 Virginia (1-0, 1-0) tightened its defense. “The thing we kind of relied on in preseason and practice was shooting,” Joe Girard III said, “and that’s kind of what hurt us today.”AdvertisementThis is placeholder textComing into Wednesday, Girard III said SU coaches told the Orange players that finding gaps, setting off-ball screens and moving to create open shots were keys to operating efficiently against the Cavaliers’ defense. But when the game began, and those holes weren’t there, SU resorted to the only shots it could get consistently. It started the game with a peculiar commitment to interior offense. Bourama Sidibe scored the first basket of the Orange’s season, and SU spent much of the next nine minutes of scoreless basketball working the ball inside before it went out. The team that dominated when it shot 3-pointers in the preseason operated mostly inside for the early part of the game.They drew fouls, but Jalen Carey got to the line early and missed two free throws. They got the ball down low, but Sidibe turned the ball over and missed a layup his next two looks inside. Open shots rimmed out. Hughes forced a shot at the shot clock buzzer that fell multiple feet short of the rim. Momentum plays turned to throwaways. “We tried to drive a little bit, but we couldn’t get anything going there,” Boeheim said.Syracuse fell, and fast. SU scored two points in the first eleven minutes of the game. Had it not been for Virginia’s inefficiency, the game could have unraveled. Down 13-2, Hughes caught the ball on the elbow, faced up and drained 3-pointer. A Marek Dolezaj floater cut the lead again. The Orange, bound to the 3-pointer to generate offense, started to see their shots fall.Late in the first half, Girard III hung around the top of the key and quickly fired off a dump pass from the inside. The ball ricocheted high of the backboard and fell through the net. Girard III rose up three fingers and tucked them back to his side. SU pulled within four points as the half wound to an end.But then Syracuse started to miss. Dolezaj missed two from the corner. Girard III tried to match his contested 3-pointer from the first half but couldn’t. SU made two of its next 16 attempts to end the game, each make bringing Syracuse within striking distance and each miss sinking it further into a hole. Wednesday, Syracuse’s biggest strength was its biggest weakness, but with a tempting payoff. “They had two seven-footers waiting for us,” Buddy Boeheim said. “So, at that point, you gotta stick to your strength.”The Orange committed themselves to shooting from the outside miss after miss because, even if just against Virginia, their other options were worse. Comments Facebook Twitter Google+last_img read more