Negotiations underway to offer Disney+ films dubbed in Catalan
Subscription service to be available in Catalonia and Spain from March 24
The government is negotiating with Disney so that films offered in the subscription service Disney+ include versions dubbed in Catalan or with Catalan subtitles, RAC1 radio station reported on Sunday.
The Culture department confirmed the talks to ACN, saying many Disney films are already dubbed or subtitled in Catalan language.
In fact, Catalan is already available for some Disney films in the cinema theatre, and also in DVDs and Blue-Rays.
The aim of the government is to make sure that the language, spoken by around 10 million people in Europe, is also available online, in the Disney+ subscription service, as most children and young people consume a lot of content through digital platforms.