Live Streaming Disney World

It wasn’t until YouTube polished up it’s “YouTube Meet-ups” and offered YouTube Live with both Android and IOS apps did Live Streaming of the Disney Parks explode.  With this technology, Bloggers and Vloggers now had a way to relay information to their followers as it happened, instantly from anywhere in the world that had an open Internet WiFi connection.

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Monorail Doors Fail to Close

When on Disney World’s Monorail and you hear “Por Favor Mantengase Alejado De Las Puertas” which is Spanish for “Please Stay Away From The Doors”, I guess they really mean it. Video and images are circulating of a Disney World Monorail Red car’s door staying open for the entire ride from TTA to the Magic Kingdom Station. The video above is courtesy of the Blog Mickey YouTube Channel. Luckily there are no reports of injuries due to this malfunction.  This malfunction is another in a recent long list of problems…

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Disney Planning to Faceoff with Netflix?

Recent articles have reported that Disney has decided to pull all Disney and Pixar films from Netflix by 2019 in order to start their own streaming service. As more and more customers cut the cord and replace Cable TV with live TV and media streaming services such as Netflix, Hulu, YouTube and more, it seem as though Disney wants to jump into the streaming media business offering their own service in what looks to be 2019. Although loosing the Disney titles from their library will slightly affect Netflix, it is…

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‘Happily Ever After’ Nighttime Spectacular Debuts May 12

“Happily Ever After,” a new nighttime spectacular that will combine the magic of Disney storytelling, beloved Disney characters, fireworks and so much more, will debut at Magic Kingdom Park on May 12. The spectacular will inspire guests to seek out and find their own “Happily Ever After” by showcasing some of the greatest adventures Disney characters have taken to achieve their dreams. The show will feature the latest fireworks and pyrotechnics and original animation, plus a heart-tugging original score. And thanks to the inclusion of state-of-the-art projection mapping technology, more…

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Disney reveals how all Pixar films are connected

Eagle-eyed fans of Disney-Pixar’s animated films have long wondered if the characters in “Cars,” “Monsters, Inc.,” “Finding Nemo” and other beloved Pixar flicks all lived in the same cinematic universe. The clues, they believed, were in each film’s Easter eggs, not-so-hidden nods to other films in the Pixar collection, which spans more than two decades, dating back to 1995’s “Toy Story.” For example, a “Toy Story” Pizza Planet truck shows up in just about every film, as does the number A113. Now, Disney has pretty much confirmed the fan theory by…

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