It’s been a long time since we’ve talked about The Disney Channel here on The Disney Blog. That saddens me a bit. What was once a great channel full of entertainment the whole family could enjoy has become bogged down in niche shows. I’ve heard… Read More »The Disney Channel Rolls Out New Logo
Twitter rolled out a couple big changes today. A new twitter homepage and app that focuses the experience more on activity was the first to be announced. Then they also dropped a new type of Twitter page designed with brands in mind.
Disney*Pixar was one of the first 21 brands given access to the new pages. As you can see they’re using it to highlight Pixar’s Brave. Not only is there a banner available, but brands can pin a post at the top of their timeline, the Brave trailer was selected here.
I also am very interested in the background for the Disney*Pixar twitter brand page. It looks to be a background from Brave. In CG Animation, this isn’t anything unique, but it’s still fun to explore.
I’ve uploaded a full copy without the twitter windows below the cut for you to explore:
Diana Freedman visited World Disney World in January and couldn’t help thinking about how her vacation experience contained lessons she could take back to her day to day life. Her breakdown of what she thinks make the Disney magic, and how she will aspire to… Read More »What Blogs and Businesses can learn from Disney
No less than 4 people have forward this NY Times article on the new ‘family lifestyle’ look for The Disney Brand. The most expensive piece of clothing sold by the Walt Disney Company six years ago was a $75 sweatshirt embossed with a mug shot… Read More »Disney Branding Hits The New York Times