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  • / E-Retailers

    Disney rolls out its new e-commerce store

    Formerly known as DisneyShopping.com, the new store adds merchandise sold exclusively at Disney theme parks as well as merchandise from Disney Store retail locations across North America. In addition, the new site includes personalized products.

    Posted 05/20/2009Bill BriggsPost a comment

    Formerly known as DisneyShopping.com, the new store adds merchandise sold exclusively at Disney theme parks as well as merchandise from Disney Store retail locations across North America. In addition, the new site includes personalized products.
  • / Marketing

    Shop.com names Ken Goldstein CEO

    Former Disney Online executive to focus on greater marketing efforts for the online marketplace. Lee Lorenzen, founder and former CEO, will remain as chairman. Co-founder Bruce Sellers will continue as president.

    Posted 05/22/2006Kurt PetersPost a comment

    Former Disney Online executive to focus on greater marketing efforts for the online marketplace. Lee Lorenzen, founder and former CEO, will remain as chairman. Co-founder Bruce Sellers will continue as president.
  • / Technology

    Sony Electronics enters e-commerce venture with Disney

    Visitors to the new Disney Family.com can take free courses in a new Disney Family Learning Center sponsored by Sony Electronics, which also populates the center with buy buttons for Sony products.

    Posted 05/22/2007Paul DemeryPost a comment

    Visitors to the new Disney Family.com can take free courses in a new Disney Family Learning Center sponsored by Sony Electronics, which also populates the center with buy buttons for Sony products.
  • / Technology

    Disney’s iParenting buy adds to online family-based content

    In a move to expand its stable of online family-targeted content, the Walt Disney Internet Group has acquired iParenting Media. IParenting includes an array of professional and user-generated content, such as hundreds of message boards aimed at parents.

    Posted 12/12/2007Bill BriggsPost a comment

    In a move to expand its stable of online family-targeted content, the Walt Disney Internet Group has acquired iParenting Media. IParenting includes an array of professional and user-generated content, such as hundreds of message boards aimed at parents.
  • Walt Disney Internet Group promotes Jordan McCollum to VP-counsel

    Walt Disney Internet Group has promoted special counsel Jordan McCollum to vice president-counsel, responsible for advising senior management on legal issues surrounding new media and interactive entertainment, including social and gaming communities.

    Posted 06/25/2007Paul DemeryPost a comment

    Walt Disney Internet Group has promoted special counsel Jordan McCollum to vice president-counsel, responsible for advising senior management on legal issues surrounding new media and interactive entertainment, including social and gaming communities.
  • Disney isn’t playing around with interactive games

    Disney Online, a business unit of The Walt Disney Co., is more than doubling the size of its interactive games service through new arrangements with publishers and digital game developers.

    Posted 05/10/2006Mark BrohanPost a comment

    Disney Online, a business unit of The Walt Disney Co., is more than doubling the size of its interactive games service through new arrangements with publishers and digital game developers.
  • / Technology

    Disney launches an online book subscription site

    Disney unveiled today a new online subscription site where children can read and interact with storybooks with the click of a mouse. DisneyDigitalBooks.com offers more than 500 titles as well as reading games to annual or monthly subscribers.

    Posted 09/29/2009Katie EvansPost a comment

    Disney unveiled today a new online subscription site where children can read and interact with storybooks with the click of a mouse. DisneyDigitalBooks.com offers more than 500 titles as well as reading games to annual or monthly subscribers.
  • / Technology

    Disney isn’t playing games with web site traffic

    Online games and other interactive features helped Disney.com achieve record traffic in August. The number of unique visitors grew by 12% and Disney.com registered more than one million new users.

    Posted 09/26/2007Mark BrohanPost a comment

    Online games and other interactive features helped Disney.com achieve record traffic in August. The number of unique visitors grew by 12% and Disney.com registered more than one million new users.
  • / Technology

    Disney’s take on Apple’s iPod features online music and video store

    Walt Disney Co. has developed an online store to sell music and videos for its proprietary media players. Disney also has rolled out an updated Disney Connection for high-speed broadband access that features games and content for different age groups.

    Posted 05/16/2007Bill BriggsPost a comment

    Walt Disney Co. has developed an online store to sell music and videos for its proprietary media players. Disney also has rolled out an updated Disney Connection for high-speed broadband access that features games and content for different age groups.
  • / Technology

    Disney’s Club Penguin buy is part of a march to an online network

    The recent addition of online virtual world Club Penguin to Disney’s existing online assets will further the company’s objective of establishing a branded, connected entertainment network online.

    Posted 08/29/2007Mark BrohanPost a comment

    The recent addition of online virtual world Club Penguin to Disney’s existing online assets will further the company’s objective of establishing a branded, connected entertainment network online.

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