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Backstage at the blog

A few updates related to The Disney Blog. Today is the 6th Anniversary of the first post on this blog. It’s been a long and fun journey that I hope continues for many more years. Running this blog has allowed me to meet many readers,… Read More »Backstage at the blog

Welcome Disney World Moms

Today marks the third crop of Disney World Moms debut into the world of answering the questions of other theme park guests and vacation planners. If they’re anything like the first two it should be another bang up year. I like when Disney uses social media in new and interesting ways and this certainly qualifies. Especially when the wdw moms take it to other channels (like twitter and facebook).

One thing Disney has done differently this year, however, is to have some of the moms on a part time basis. That means they currently have around 40 people answering questions now, including more men than ever before (I count 5 on the list).

Of course, The Disney Blog’s own Oh Amanda is on the panel this year. Hopefully we’ll hear reports on her experience from time to time/

The full press release is below the jump:

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Vote 4 The Disney Blog at the Orbbies!

I’m proud to say that The Disney Blog is up for an Orbbie for best Theme Park blog over at the Orlando Sentinel. I’d certainly appreciate it if you head on over the place your vote on the blog’s behalf. Remember, Vote daily! Thank you!

Ratings

Good Day everyone. The Disney Blog is up for an award at “Disney Links Web Awards.” I’d appreciate it you head on over and vote for this site. Although there’s no award over at Blogged.com, a vote for The Disney Blog there would be appreciated… Read More »Ratings

The Disney Blog on NPR’s Bryant Park Project

I was interviewed by Mike Pesca of NPR’s Bryant Park Project this morning regarding the closure of Pleasure Island’s night clubs including The Adventurer’s Club as well as a few related topics. They’ve now put the segment up on their website so you can listen… Read More »The Disney Blog on NPR’s Bryant Park Project