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http://money.cnn.com/2018/02/06/media/disney-espn-streaming/index.html You know all that stuff you've been watching for free on ESPN3/WatchESPN? It's going to a pay service (4.99 a month). But, I'm definitely going to be paying for it, as a lot of the foreign/niche sports that I watch will be on it. Instead, the ESPN Plus service comes with what Iger called a "greatly expanded array of programs" and live sports that aren't currently available on TV. He mentioned baseball, soccer, hockey, boxing, golf, rugby and cricket as examples.