FLO TV has expanded its content distribution agreement with Disney to add content from ABC and Disney Channel to its lineup

December 8, 2009

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SAN DIEGO -- FLO TV Incorporated, provider of the award-winning FLO TV™ live mobile TV service and a wholly owned subsidiary of Qualcomm Incorporated (Nasdaq: QCOM), has expanded its content distribution agreement with The Walt Disney Company to add content from the ABC Television Network and Disney Channel to its lineup, joining content already available on ESPN MobileTV. As part of the deal, FLO TV users will have access to some of the most popular shows in primetime from ABC Mobile and a simulcast of the Disney Channel.

"ABC Mobile and Disney Channel offer some of the most iconic and popular programming on television," said Jonathan Barzilay, senior vice president of programming and advertising, FLO TV. "FLO TV is thrilled to add ABC Mobile and the Disney Channel to the lineup of leading brands enjoyed by our subscribers."

"We are excited to expand our relationship with FLO TV and now offer a comprehensive array of world-class programming to their subscribers," said Matt Murphy, senior vice president, digital video distribution, Disney and ESPN Media Networks. "We are dedicated to connecting viewers to the content they want and brands they love on the platforms they choose and are pleased that in addition to having access to high-quality, popular sports programming from ESPN, users of the FLO TV service will now be able to see their favorite shows from ABC and Disney Channel."


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