The Disney Channel is getting ready to launch a streaming service that will compete with Roku.
The streaming service, which Disney hopes will be a huge success, is expected to launch later this year.
The news comes as the streaming video service that launched on Netflix and Hulu this year, Roku, is being sold to Comcast.
That deal could open the floodgates to Disney buying up streaming video services, including Roku.
The streaming service is the Disney Channel’s most popular service and, as of last week, the most watched in the United States.
The service is available in more than 90 countries.
The Disney channel is owned by Disney, but also by Comcast, which owns NBCUniversal, which is the parent company of the ABC Network, which broadcasts Disney programming.
In recent years, Disney has spent millions to acquire streaming video companies like YouTube and Vimeo, and has invested heavily in TV shows like “Discovery.”
But in recent years it has struggled to gain market share.
Last year, for example, Disney lost the lead in viewership to Netflix and YouTube, according to comScore data.
The Disney channel has also struggled to make money from its content.
Last quarter, it lost $1.8 billion, according a Reuters report.