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Category Archives: Radio Disney
Radio Disney’s Family VIP Birthday, a special acoustic concert featuring performances and appearances by some of today’s most popular young recording artists and personalities, took place on Saturday, November 22 at Club Nokia in Los Angeles. Highlights from the concert … Continue reading
When Disney bought ABC/Capital Cities not only did they get ESPN, a bunch of local TV stations, future CEO Bob Iger, but the deal also included a bunch of radio stations. Over time that network morphed into the Radio Disney … Continue reading
With all the recent acquisitions, and the emphasis on ESPN (which drives a lot of profits for Disney), you could forget that the company used to be focused on creating family friendly entertainment across all media. Radio Disney is one … Continue reading
Radio Disney’s Next Big Thing (aka N.B.T.) is sort of the mouse’s equivalent of American Idol, only without all the glamor, or the huge recording contract at the end. This weekend Disney World guest’s will have a chance to get … Continue reading