News of Note—605, Disney, MAVTV and Roku

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> Disney has set up a landing page for its upcoming streaming service, Disney+. Website

> MAVTV Motorsports Network announced that it has chosen data analytics company 605 to deliver ratings and a portfolio of advanced measurement and analytics solutions. Release

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> Roku announced it will begin rolling out Premium Subscriptions on The Roku Channel later today. Users who sign up for Epix, Showtime and Starz before March 31, will receive a 30-day free trial of those services on The Roku Channel. Release

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