Like virtually all of ESPN’s programming, ESPN+ could not have become the No. 1 sports streaming service without industry-leading content partners.
Above, in the sixth and final segment of our multi-part video series, John Lasker, Senior Vice President of ESPN+, and Emily Horowitz, Vice President of ESPN+ Business and Platform Strategy, talk about how trust from partners has played a huge part in the success of ESPN+.
Above, in Part 5 of our multi-part video series, Lasker outlines the multi-faceted elements that signal success for ESPN+.
Above, in Part 4, Horowitz poses a “tough” question to Lasker about where ESPN+ stands among the competition.
Above, in Part 3 of our multi-part video series, we hear about the value and strength that ESPN+ provides the Disney Bundle and vice versa.
ESPN+ isn’t the No.1 industry-leading sports streaming service just because it has more than 27,000 live events per year.
It also provides fans with exclusive access to more than 3,500 hours of on-demand original content and studio shows, as well as the entire library of 30-for-30 films, not to mention more than 2,000 premium written articles per year on ESPN.com and the ESPN App.
Above, in Part 2 of our multi-part video series with Lasker, he and Horowitz begin to talk about what’s important to know about ESPN+ and its origins.
In Part 1 of this multi-part video series posted immediately above, Lasker discusses his sleeper pick for what he’s most excited about this fall – the ICC Cricket World Cup – and why he’s also enthused about NHL and college basketball seasons on ESPN+
Spencer T. Jackson produced the videos; Olivia Coryell contributed to this post