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Playdom, a division of Disney Interactive Media Group, announced a program with the American Red Cross to support their efforts in helping those affected by the earthquake in Japan and tsunami throughout the Pacific. Playdom will be giving away virtual … Continue reading
As expected Disney CEO Bob Iger named John Pleasants to the post of president of the Disney Interactive Media Group. A bit of a surprise, Iger also named James Pitaro Co-president. Pleasants joined Disney when his company Playdom was acquired … Continue reading
Disney Interactive Media = DIM. Sorry Disney, I couldn’t resist. They, of course, prefer the acronym DIMG, but that doesn’t sound out very well. DIG has been done and might have bad connotations at the Mouse House after that billion … Continue reading
An internal email sent from Disney CEO Bob Iger reveals that The Walt Disney Compnay will be merging its digital media group with its video gaming division to create a new unit called Disney Interactive Media Group. Walt Disney Internet … Continue reading