DISNEY has announced that it will be releasing the Disney DVR to iTunes in the U.S. starting Tuesday.
The Disney DVS store will be available at all major U.s. retail outlets, including Walmart, Best Buy, Target, and many more.
In addition, the company will also begin selling a Disney DVI disc, which is an online streaming service that includes a collection of movies that can be streamed on a home media system.
The discs will be priced at $9.99.
The announcement comes as the entertainment industry grapples with the death of DVDs and the rise of streaming services.
The streaming service industry is growing at an unprecedented rate, with Roku set to launch this month.
Netflix, Amazon Prime, and Hulu have all launched their own streaming services in recent years, but it has been a slow transition to streaming.
The new Disney DTV will be the first streaming service to come directly from Disney.
The streaming service will also have access to a selection of classic films and TV shows that Disney already owns.
The Disney DV is the latest addition to Disney’s library of over 1,400 classic films, TV shows, and music.
Disney also owns several streaming services, including HBO Go, Netflix, Hulu, Amazon, and other streaming services that include films, music, and more.
The Walt Disney Company also announced that the company is adding more than 50,000 new Disney XD series to the service, which will include Disney XD, Disney XD Movies, Disney Parks, Disney Junior, and Disney XD Kids.