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Tag Archives: disney marketing
A new TV trailer is out for “Muppets Most Wanted.” Apparently Adele Dazeem is a movie critic now. I wonder what Miss Piggy thinks? Adele Dazeem, of course, is the ‘persona’ created by John Travolta’s infamous flub of Idina Menzel’s … Continue reading
In the last 24 hours we’ve looked at MyMagic+ and Fastpass+ from the guest perspective and tried to put a little historical and business sense behind it, now it’s time to turn our eye on how Disney is presenting these … Continue reading
I think Disney’s marketing team has picked up their game a bit in 2012 and 2013 appears to be getting off to a great start too. Check out how they’ve remade East London’s famous Brick Lane into “8-Bit Lane” to … Continue reading
After the movie marketing debacle that was Disney’s John Carter (of Mars) heads rolled around the Walt Disney Studios. Exits included people from the marketing department, including its chief MT Carney, all the way up to studio head Rich Ross. … Continue reading