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Tag Archives: YouTube
The Disney Cruise Line has released a cute series of videos of what a vacation at sea is like from the point of view of a child. What I like about this presentation is you can start with this video, … Continue reading
Aspiring artists, DJs, and remixers take note, Disney Interactive and Marvel are inviting fans to assemble an action-packed video using Marvel’s The Avengers Video and Music Remix on YouTube, an innovative video mixing tool that features official movie clips from … Continue reading
In today’s bit of YouTube fun, we see ABC’s Modern Family recut as an extended horror movie trailer. Don’t mess with Alex Dunphy! The video is a little long, but very well done. I guess it’s true that comedy that … Continue reading
Despite CEO Bob Iger’s declarations that The Walt Disney Company needs to understand digital technology, the company as a whole still hasn’t quite figured it out. Disney Interactive has lost hundreds of millions of dollars and Disney.com is in the … Continue reading