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When they opened Playhouse Disney – Live on Stage at Disney-MGM Studios, they may not have had in mind that it would update every time Disney Channel changed its slate, but if they did, good job. I still miss Bear … Continue reading
Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs is certainly the hot fairy tale of the day. Disney Television Animation has just announced a new show that will air on Disney’s pre-school oriented channel – Disney Jr. “The 7D” will provide a … Continue reading
If there is one thing Portland, OR has become known for these days, it’s the diverse music scene that keeps 20 and 30 somethings moving there despite the lack of available jobs. The Oregonian has a look at two of … Continue reading
Your ESPN is safe. Time Warner and Disney has reached an agreement that will keep the Disney owned channels live on the cable system. Additional deals were struck to carry ESPN3.com on broadband and additional video on Demand services. I … Continue reading