Disney is a proper noun. Disney is (1) United States film maker who pioneered animated cartoons and created such characters as Mickey Mouse and Donald Duck; founded Disneyland (1901-1966).
The following articles provide more information about the proper noun Disney.
- Disney Online
This is the website for the Disney
Television Channel. Links for movies, TV, games, music, live events, travel, shop, mobile, and characters. There is also access to a Disney archive, Disney legends, and Disney careers.
- ABC News
This is the website for Disney-owned ABC
news. It provides information about major ABC news shows such as Good Morning America and Primetime. The site also provides up to date, breaking news, and major stories about the USA, the World, Sports, Health, and more.
- ESPN: Entertainment and Sports Programming Network
This Walt Disney site is focused on sports. Visitors can find details about pro teams, games, and leagues as well as college sports and more. There are also ESPN TV listings, blogs, and videos.
Go.com is a web portal operated by the Walt Disney
Internet Group, which also owns ABC News and ESPN, among others. All Walt Disney Internet Group subsidiaries use Go.com.
Pixar, based in Emeryville, California, is owned by The Walt Disney
Studios. Pixar is a computer animation film studio that produces feature-length animated films. Their popular feature films include Toy Story, Monsters Inc, Finding Nemo, Cars, and Ratatouille.
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The following articles provide recent Disney
- Report: Disney Is Expected to Start Layoffs In April With 4,000 Employees
"I do not make this decision lightly," said Disney CEO Bob Iger.
Jonathan Small. Entrepreneur. Tuesday, 21 Mar 2023 14:02:00 GMT.
- Marvel producer Victoria Alonso leaves Disney superhero studio
Alonso has been one of Marvel's longtime producers and executives, overseeing visual effects and post-production on films and television shows for the key Disney brand.
Ryan Faughnder. Los Angeles Times. Monday, 20 Mar 2023 19:32:34 GMT.
- 2023 Layoff Tracker: Amazon Slashes 9,000 Employees
Amazon, Alphabet, Meta, Salesforce and Disney have all slashed staff this year, citing cloudy economic forecasts.
By Brian Bushard, Forbes Staff. Forbes. Monday, 20 Mar 2023 11:06:02 -0400.
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