Comcast (s CMCSA) just struck a huge new agreement with Disney (s DIS) that will give it access to a wide range of content from ABC, Disney and ESPN networks across a number of screens and platforms. The 10-year deal also stipulates that the companies will collaborate on developing interactive applications for the next generation of devices.

At the heart of the agreement is Comcast’s commitment to bringing TV content to online platforms like its website, as well as to mobile applications like its iPad app. Comcast will also allow subscribers to authenticate their accounts, which will give them access to Disney content on its own branded applications — like the WatchESPN iPad app, for instance.

Covered in the deal are pretty much all the Disney networks, including ABC, ABC Family, Disney Channel, Disney XD, ESPN, ESPN2, ESPNU, ESPN Deportes, ESPNEWS, ESPN Classic, ESPN Goal Line, ESPN…

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