The Walt Disney Co. says it has agreed to provide short-form videos from its ABC and ESPN television properties to run on Google Inc.'s YouTube in an ad-revenue sharing arrangement.
The agreement was announced Monday. Google has a similar deal with broadcaster CBS Corp., which provides both short-form and full episodes.
Google remains locked in a legal battle with Viacom Inc., which is suing it for $1 billion for infringing on copyrights for such shows as Comedy Central's "The Daily Show with Jon Stewart."
The ESPN channel will debut in mid-April, while the ABC channel, including videos from ABC Entertainment, ABC News, ABC Family and SOAPnet, will debut in May.