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10 best things to happen to Walt Disney World since opening

Oct. 1 is the official “birthday” for Walt Disney World. If you’re wondering: Why Oct.1? There are two important reasons: It marked the start of a new fiscal year for Walt Disney Productions, and it marked one of the slowest times of the year for tourism in Florida. It was thought better to open when […]

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NewsOne Production Internship, ABC News (DC)- Spring 2019

Job ID 594582BR Location Washington DC, District of Columbia, United States Business Disney ABC Television Group D Job Summary: NewsOne is the affiliate news service of ABC News. NewsOne provides complete, round-the-clock coverage of news and sports to ABC affiliated stations, domestic programs and news organizations, foreign news agencies, as well as ABC News programs. […]

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Resource Guide to Walt Disney World

Many children run the risk of sensory overload in Walt Disney World. Because children with Autism Spectrum Disorder, Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADD or ADHD), or Sensory Processing issues may become uniquely overwhelmed. Each child is invariably different with personal tolerance for wait times, ride conditions, and stimulus threshold. Your child and you know your […]

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Walt Disneys “Almost” Plan for Small Missouri Town

Few people know that the entertainment empire Walt Disney built originated in Missouri. Walt Disney called Missouri, and Kansas City, home before moving to California and forming the Walt Disney Company with his brother, Roy. The seeds to Disney’s imagination was planted during his time on the family farm in Marceline, MIssouri. Today, Inez Johnson […]

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Disney latest to ban single-use plastic straws

The Walt Disney Co. has announced it will stop using single-use plastic straws and plastic stirrers at all of its locations. The policy will take effect in mid-2019. The plan will eliminate more than 175 million straws and 13 million stirrers annually. Disney is the latest in a line of companies and cities that have […]

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Disney Springs welcomes The Edison

Located in the center of Disney Springs in an area called The Landing, a tall smokestack adorned with “The Edison” in art deco lettering punctuates the skyline. The chic, industrial vibe reflects an early-1900s power plant vibe. A large clockwork, complete with gears and cogs, covers the entrance. Old engines and other parts of the […]

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Disney wins legal victory over Redbox

Walt Disney Co. has prevailed in its effort to stop Redbox from reselling digital download codes for new movies — as long as they include the right fine print. Disney was granted a preliminary injunction against Redbox. Disney sued Redbox last year, accusing the company of contributing to copyright infringement and breach of contract by […]

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Workers Dead Near Disney World After Scaffolding Collapse

It is with heavy hearts that we announce the recent tragedy that killed 2 construction workers. A section of the scaffolding collapsed at the site of the planned JW Marriott Orlando Bonnet Creek Resort, a $282 million project with 516 rooms. It is surrounded by Disney resorts but is not a Disney property. The scaffolding […]

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