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Tag Archives: synergy
The most crucial difference between Michael Eisner and his successor at Disney, Bob Iger turns out to be a belief in building around franchises. The buzzword from Eisner was always synergy, code word for cooperation between divisions. Iger came from … Continue reading
There’s something to be said for synergy. If you add up it’s own library, Pixar, Marvel, Lucasfilm and other purchases Disney now owns the rights to well over 25,000 characters. Disney acquired The Muppets early in this string of acquisitions. … Continue reading
It’s no surprise that Disney has a hit with the animated TV show Phineas and Ferb. It took the company a while to wake up to the revenue potential for the show, but now that they think they’ve found another … Continue reading
As I have previously covered here and here, apparently one of the privileges of being and EPCOT corporate sponsor is that you get to use pavilion as a set for your commercials. In this case Werther’s Originals, which recently opened … Continue reading