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Tag Archives: cable
Disney XD, launched today, February 13, is a revised version of ToonDisney, one of Disney’s family of cable channels. But Disney XD is really a multi-platform brand that will showcase live-action and animated programming for kids age 6-14, hyper-targeting boys … Continue reading
An animated television series inspired by Robbie Knievel, son of the late Evel Knievel, is being developed by Disney. “Kid Knievel” will debut on Disney XD in fall of 2009. Disney XD is the former Toon Disney cable channel which … Continue reading
Just a quick follow up on a story from last week. It was reported that ESPN had bid $125 million for rights to broadcast the NCAA Division I College Football Bowl Championship Series on the cable channel. Turns out that … Continue reading
Tuesday night we made it over to Downtown Disney’s Marketplace to experience “T-Rex” the latest addition to the food and entertainment options. Lines were long, but moved fast as guests were entered into a virtual queue to wait for their tables. Inside the place was loud, but everything seemed surprisingly well run for the first night open to the public. Continue reading