Disney Teases ‘Disney Studios All Access’ with Micro Website

Disney Studio All AccessThe Walt Disney Company is semi-quietly preparing to launch its much-hyped and talked-about ‘Disney Studios All Access’ (DSAA) offering which essentially allows fans who have purchased a Disney film to then access that film across all mediums and multiple devices, including on-demand streaming, at no additional cost — ever. The service was first teased in the guidebook for the 2011 Disney D23 Expo with not much more information than the service will be ‘coming soon.’ Late last week, a micro website with a teaser video (below) has been created to promote the new service which lists the following titles available at launch: Pirates of the Caribbean: Curse of the Black Pearl, Toy Story 3, TRON: Legacy, Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time, Tangled, Pirates of the Caribbean: At World’s End, Wall-E, UP, Alice in Wonderland, Snow Buddies, The Lion King, Disney’s A Christmas Carol, Enchanted, Secretariat, Cars 2, High School Musical 3.

The system is expected to make use of Disney’s proprietary schema, fondly known as Keychest which is not an actual digital rights management (DRM) system itself, but rather a protocol for accomplishing the task. It was and perhaps still is unclear who will be providing the actual DRM for DSAA, but since its announcement, Keychest has been competing for industry attention, most recently against UltraViolet whose partners list is a literal who’s-who in movie studios, network providers and consumer electronics manufacturers, save for the Disney brand.

The teaser website can be found here with the following domain names leading to it: DSAA.COM, DISNEYDIGITAL.COM, DISNEYALLACCESS.COM, MYDISNEYLIBRARY.COM and MYDISNEYLOCKER.COM.

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