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Category Archives: Disney Interactive
I was able to see Blank: A Vinylmation Love Story last night at Disney’s Hollywood Studios. They’re hosting free screenings all weekend long. But if you can’t make it to DHS or one of the screenings at El Capitan or … Continue reading
Get ready for a special Google Hangout for animation lovers, aspiring artists, and Disney fans. Disney Interactive is showcasing the art of Disney animation and their new iOS App Disney Animated. The good news is that you can participate in … Continue reading
According to a report in the Wall Street Journal (paywall), The Walt Disney Company’s video game division, Disney Interactive, will soon shed “several hundred” employees. The gaming unit, which current employs around 3,000, has had its ups and downs over … Continue reading
Disney Interactive’s online video series “It’s A Small World” aims to help younger kids learn about very the diverse cultures of planet Earth, pick up a few words of Spanish, and, hopefully, develop an appreciation for others who may be … Continue reading