Here it is, folks! Straight from the insert booklet to the Platinum Edition DVD of Pinocchio (which will be released on March 10), Jiminy Cricket chirping in on D23, the Official Community for Disney Fans (whatever that means!).
If you missed the simulcast of the blue carpet event here on Stitch Kingdom, please do not fret. (Okay, you can fret just a little bit). Coming soon is most of the raw footage from the event so you can catch all of your favorite American Idol (and Disney) stars as they graced the blue carpet prior to the main event.
Videos after the jump. (more…)
(SK Note: You can access the report directly here)
By Gina Keating
LOS ANGELES (Reuters) – Walt Disney Co reported a sharply lower-than-expected quarterly profit as the global downturn hurt its TV advertising, DVD sales and theme parks, pushing its shares 9 percent lower. (more…)
In order to promote the February 6 theatrical release of Bolt in the UK, newspaper The Sun is running a contest where the winner will receive free electricity for a year.
Despite a relatively strong performance in ad revenue in 2008 versus most other magazines, AdAge is reporting that Disney’s Wondertime magazine has become the next victim of the economic climate. The March issue will be the last and it’s not clear at this time how many jobs will be lost as some content is diverted to other like-properties.
LOS ANGELES, Jan 22 (Reuters) – Walt Disney Co (DIS.N) said on Thursday it would combine two divisions, ABC Entertainment and ABC Studios.
A spokesman said no job cuts would be involved. (more…)
Despite having recently taken leave from his position at Apple for no less than six months over health concerns, Steve Jobs is up for re-election as a member of Disney’s board – and on board he is along with supporter, pal and partner-in-crime Bob Iger. Jobs is the largest single share-holder of The Walt Disney Company since the acquisition of Pixar by Disney in 2006. In the past few months, piles of rumors and suspicious activity led up to the revelation that Jobs – diagnosed with pancreatic cancer – is in worse shape than previously thought. At Disney, Jobs will be required to devote a minimum of 250 hours to the position leaving many wondering if he’ll manage to pull it off.