History Creator / Disney

16th Jan '17 12:37:48 PM AreYouTyler
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* Creator/ComedyCentral (1996)
15th Jan '17 1:46:11 AM VideoGamer
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Over the years, Disney has acquired various other companies to join its mass media productions such as Creator/MiramaxFilms (in 1993), Creator/{{ABC}} in 1996 (a deal which included Creator/{{ESPN}} and Creator/DICEntertainment), [[Creator/ABCFamily The Family Channel]] from {{Creator/Fox}} in 2001, Franchise/TheMuppets in 2004[[note]]Meaning the troupe from ''Series/TheMuppetShow'' and subsequent movies; the ''Series/SesameStreet'' characters were sold outright to Sesame Workshop in 2001 (previously they were contract performers) while Series/FraggleRock and other Creator/JimHenson Company properties remain owned by the Henson Company, as does the Creature Shop effects house[[/note]], {{Pixar}} in 2006 (before they were merely the distributors of their films), and Creator/MarvelComics in 2009. Of those, Miramax and DIC were sold off (Miramax to an investor consortium named Filmyard Holdings in 2010, and DIC back to Andy Heyward in 2000). Since the ABC acquisition, Touchstone Television Studios (naturally the television division of Touchstone Pictures) has been renamed ABC Studios for better brand alignment. Likewise, The Family Channel was renamed ABC Family, though this created an awkward situation as that network moved to air racier content away from the "family" image but was stuck with the "Family" name[[note]]When Fox originally acquired The Family Channel from The Christian Broadcasting Network, it was contractually obligated to keep the word "Family" in the network's name due to cable contracts- a stipulation which carried over to the Disney purchase and in turn foiled their efforts to rename it as "XYZ"[[/note]]; however, it finally renamed to ''Freeform'' in 2016. Disney has also launched its own media ventures independent of these acquisitions. These include the cable outlets Creator/DisneyChannel, Disney Junior and Creator/ToonDisney which in 2009 was relaunched as Creator/DisneyXD and Walt Disney Animation Studios, a brand new entity unrelated to any previous Disney animation studio that produces strictly animated content for television and primarily for the aforementioned cable outlets.

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Over the years, Disney has acquired various other companies to join its mass media productions such as Creator/MiramaxFilms (in 1993), Creator/{{ABC}} in 1996 (a deal which included Creator/{{ESPN}} Creator/{{ESPN}}, A&E, Creator/{{The History Channel}}, Creator/{{Lifetime}}, and Creator/DICEntertainment), [[Creator/ABCFamily The Family Channel]] from {{Creator/Fox}} in 2001, Franchise/TheMuppets in 2004[[note]]Meaning the troupe from ''Series/TheMuppetShow'' and subsequent movies; the ''Series/SesameStreet'' characters were sold outright to Sesame Workshop in 2001 (previously they were contract performers) while Series/FraggleRock and other Creator/JimHenson Company properties remain owned by the Henson Company, as does the Creature Shop effects house[[/note]], {{Pixar}} in 2006 (before they were merely the distributors of their films), and Creator/MarvelComics in 2009. Of those, Miramax and DIC were sold off (Miramax to an investor consortium named Filmyard Holdings in 2010, and DIC back to Andy Heyward in 2000). Since the ABC acquisition, Touchstone Television Studios (naturally the television division of Touchstone Pictures) has been renamed ABC Studios for better brand alignment. Likewise, The Family Channel was renamed ABC Family, though this created an awkward situation as that network moved to air racier content away from the "family" image but was stuck with the "Family" name[[note]]When Fox originally acquired The Family Channel from The Christian Broadcasting Network, it was contractually obligated to keep the word "Family" in the network's name due to cable contracts- a stipulation which carried over to the Disney purchase and in turn foiled their efforts to rename it as "XYZ"[[/note]]; however, it finally renamed to ''Freeform'' in 2016. Disney has also launched its own media ventures independent of these acquisitions. These include the cable outlets Creator/DisneyChannel, Disney Junior and Creator/ToonDisney which in 2009 was relaunched as Creator/DisneyXD and Walt Disney Animation Studios, a brand new entity unrelated to any previous Disney animation studio that produces strictly animated content for television and primarily for the aforementioned cable outlets.
12th Jan '17 6:16:18 AM Spinosegnosaurus77
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* ''Literature/TheKaneChronicles''


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* ''Literature/MagnusChaseAndTheGodsOfAsgard''
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5th Jan '17 5:12:28 PM DoctorCooper
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[[folder:Home Media]]
* Creator/WaltDisneyHomeVideo
** [[WaltDisneyHomeVideo/Releases1978to1989 1978 to 1989]]
** [[WaltDisneyHomeVideo/Releases1990to1999 1990 to 1999]]
** [[WaltDisneyHomeVideo/Releases2000to2009 2000 to 2009]]
** [[WaltDisneyHomeVideo/Releases2010to2019 2010 to present]]
** [[WaltDisneyHomeVideo/WaltDisneyClassics Walt Disney "Black Diamond" Classics]] (alternate name is The Classics: Walt Disney Home Video or Disney's Classics)
** WaltDisneyHomeVideo/WaltDisneyMasterpieceCollection
** WaltDisneyHomeVideo/WaltDisneyGoldClassicCollection and its Limited Issues predecessor.
** WaltDisneyHomeVideo/WaltDisneyPlatinumEditions
** WaltDisneyHomeVideo/WaltDisneyDiamondEditions (also referred to as the Diamond Collection)
** WaltDisneyHomeVideo/WaltDisneySignatureCollection (current; can also be spelled out as Walt Disney: The Signature Collection)
** WaltDisneyHomeVideo/WaltDisneyCartoonClassics
** WaltDisneyHomeVideo/WaltDisneyMiniClassics
** WaltDisneyHomeVideo/WaltDisneyTreasures
** [[WaltDisneyHomeVideo/WaltDisneyFilmClassics Walt Disney Studio Film Collection, Walt Disney Family Film Collection, and Walt Disney Film Classics]]
** WaltDisneyHomeVideo/DisneysExclusiveArchiveCollection
** WaltDisneyHomeVideo/VaultDisneyCollection
** WaltDisneyHomeVideo/DisneyGenerationsCollection
** ''[[WaltDisneyHomeVideo/DisneySingAlongSongs Disney]] [[WesternAnimation/DisneySingAlongSongs Sing-Along Songs]]''
** WaltDisneyHomeVideo/{{Pixar}}
** WaltDisneyHomeVideo/TheDisneyAfternoon
** WaltDisneyHomeVideo/StudioGhibli
** WaltDisneyHomeVideo/{{Marvel}}
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4th Jan '17 8:12:55 PM C2
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* ''Series/BillNyeTheScienceGuy'' (1993-98; with [[Creator/{{PBS}} KCTS Seattle]] and Rabbit Ears Productions]])

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* ''Series/BillNyeTheScienceGuy'' (1993-98; with [[Creator/{{PBS}} KCTS Seattle]] and Rabbit Ears Productions]])Productions)




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* ''Series/WhoWantsToBeAMillionaire'' (2002-present; syndicated version)
4th Jan '17 8:06:54 PM C2
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Over the years, Disney has acquired various other companies to join its mass media productions such as Creator/MiramaxFilms (in 1993), Creator/{{ABC}} in 1996 (a deal which included Creator/{{ESPN}} and Creator/DICEntertainment), [[Creator/ABCFamily The Family Channel]] from {{Creator/Fox}} in 2001, Franchise/TheMuppets in 2004[[note]]Meaning the troupe from ''Series/TheMuppetShow'' and subsequent movies; the ''Series/SesameStreet'' characters were sold outright to Sesame Workshop in 2001 (previously they were contract performers) while Series/FraggleRock and other Creator/JimHenson Company properties remain owned by the Henson Company, as does the Creature Shop effects house[[/note]], {{Pixar}} in 2006 (before they were merely the distributors of their films), and Creator/MarvelComics in 2009. Of those, Miramax and DIC were sold off (Miramax to an investor consortium named Filmyard Holdings in 2010, and DIC back to Andy Heyward in 2000). Since the ABC acquisition, Touchstone Television Studios (naturally the television division of Touchstone Pictures) has been renamed ABC Television Studios for better brand alignment. Likewise, The Family Channel was renamed ABC Family, though this created an awkward situation as that network moved to air racier content away from the "family" image but was stuck with the "Family" name[[note]]When Fox originally acquired The Family Channel from The Christian Broadcasting Network, it was contractually obligated to keep the word "Family" in the network's name due to cable contracts- a stipulation which carried over to the Disney purchase and in turn foiled their efforts to rename it as "XYZ"[[/note]]; however, it finally renamed to ''Freeform'' in 2016. Disney has also launched its own media ventures independent of these acquisitions. These include the cable outlets Creator/DisneyChannel, Disney Junior and Creator/ToonDisney which in 2009 was relaunched as Creator/DisneyXD and Walt Disney Animation Studios, a brand new entity unrelated to any previous Disney animation studio that produces strictly animated content for television and primarily for the aforementioned cable outlets.

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Over the years, Disney has acquired various other companies to join its mass media productions such as Creator/MiramaxFilms (in 1993), Creator/{{ABC}} in 1996 (a deal which included Creator/{{ESPN}} and Creator/DICEntertainment), [[Creator/ABCFamily The Family Channel]] from {{Creator/Fox}} in 2001, Franchise/TheMuppets in 2004[[note]]Meaning the troupe from ''Series/TheMuppetShow'' and subsequent movies; the ''Series/SesameStreet'' characters were sold outright to Sesame Workshop in 2001 (previously they were contract performers) while Series/FraggleRock and other Creator/JimHenson Company properties remain owned by the Henson Company, as does the Creature Shop effects house[[/note]], {{Pixar}} in 2006 (before they were merely the distributors of their films), and Creator/MarvelComics in 2009. Of those, Miramax and DIC were sold off (Miramax to an investor consortium named Filmyard Holdings in 2010, and DIC back to Andy Heyward in 2000). Since the ABC acquisition, Touchstone Television Studios (naturally the television division of Touchstone Pictures) has been renamed ABC Television Studios for better brand alignment. Likewise, The Family Channel was renamed ABC Family, though this created an awkward situation as that network moved to air racier content away from the "family" image but was stuck with the "Family" name[[note]]When Fox originally acquired The Family Channel from The Christian Broadcasting Network, it was contractually obligated to keep the word "Family" in the network's name due to cable contracts- a stipulation which carried over to the Disney purchase and in turn foiled their efforts to rename it as "XYZ"[[/note]]; however, it finally renamed to ''Freeform'' in 2016. Disney has also launched its own media ventures independent of these acquisitions. These include the cable outlets Creator/DisneyChannel, Disney Junior and Creator/ToonDisney which in 2009 was relaunched as Creator/DisneyXD and Walt Disney Animation Studios, a brand new entity unrelated to any previous Disney animation studio that produces strictly animated content for television and primarily for the aforementioned cable outlets.
20th Dec '16 4:52:46 PM StFan
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* Franchise/DisneyChannelLiveActionUniverse
21st Nov '16 7:47:05 AM eowynjedi
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* ''Series/DoctorSynTheScarecrow'' (1964)
20th Nov '16 9:18:44 PM captainpat
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* ''WesternAnimation/InnerWorkings'' (2016)
16th Nov '16 2:21:38 PM TropesForever
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Over the years, Disney has acquired various other companies to join its mass media productions such as Creator/MiramaxFilms (in 1993), Creator/{{ABC}} in 1996 (a deal which included Creator/{{ESPN}} and Creator/DICEntertainment), [[Creator/ABCFamily The Family Channel]] from {{Creator/Fox}} in 2001, Franchise/TheMuppets in 2004[[note]]Meaning the troupe from ''Series/TheMuppetShow'' and subsequent movies; the ''Series/SesameStreet'' characters were sold outright to Sesame Workshop in 2001 (previously they were contract performers) while Series/FraggleRock and other JimHenson Company properties remain owned by the Henson Company, as does the Creature Shop effects house[[/note]], {{Pixar}} in 2006 (before they were merely the distributors of their films), and Creator/MarvelComics in 2009. Of those, Miramax and DIC were sold off (Miramax to an investor consortium named Filmyard Holdings in 2010, and DIC back to Andy Heyward in 2000). Since the ABC acquisition, Touchstone Television Studios (naturally the television division of Touchstone Pictures) has been renamed ABC Television Studios for better brand alignment. Likewise, The Family Channel was renamed ABC Family, though this created an awkward situation as that network moved to air racier content away from the "family" image but was stuck with the "Family" name[[note]]When Fox originally acquired The Family Channel from The Christian Broadcasting Network, it was contractually obligated to keep the word "Family" in the network's name due to cable contracts- a stipulation which carried over to the Disney purchase and in turn foiled their efforts to rename it as "XYZ"[[/note]]; however, it finally renamed to ''Freeform'' in 2016. Disney has also launched its own media ventures independent of these acquisitions. These include the cable outlets Creator/DisneyChannel, Disney Junior and Creator/ToonDisney which in 2009 was relaunched as Creator/DisneyXD and Walt Disney Animation Studios, a brand new entity unrelated to any previous Disney animation studio that produces strictly animated content for television and primarily for the aforementioned cable outlets.

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Over the years, Disney has acquired various other companies to join its mass media productions such as Creator/MiramaxFilms (in 1993), Creator/{{ABC}} in 1996 (a deal which included Creator/{{ESPN}} and Creator/DICEntertainment), [[Creator/ABCFamily The Family Channel]] from {{Creator/Fox}} in 2001, Franchise/TheMuppets in 2004[[note]]Meaning the troupe from ''Series/TheMuppetShow'' and subsequent movies; the ''Series/SesameStreet'' characters were sold outright to Sesame Workshop in 2001 (previously they were contract performers) while Series/FraggleRock and other JimHenson Creator/JimHenson Company properties remain owned by the Henson Company, as does the Creature Shop effects house[[/note]], {{Pixar}} in 2006 (before they were merely the distributors of their films), and Creator/MarvelComics in 2009. Of those, Miramax and DIC were sold off (Miramax to an investor consortium named Filmyard Holdings in 2010, and DIC back to Andy Heyward in 2000). Since the ABC acquisition, Touchstone Television Studios (naturally the television division of Touchstone Pictures) has been renamed ABC Television Studios for better brand alignment. Likewise, The Family Channel was renamed ABC Family, though this created an awkward situation as that network moved to air racier content away from the "family" image but was stuck with the "Family" name[[note]]When Fox originally acquired The Family Channel from The Christian Broadcasting Network, it was contractually obligated to keep the word "Family" in the network's name due to cable contracts- a stipulation which carried over to the Disney purchase and in turn foiled their efforts to rename it as "XYZ"[[/note]]; however, it finally renamed to ''Freeform'' in 2016. Disney has also launched its own media ventures independent of these acquisitions. These include the cable outlets Creator/DisneyChannel, Disney Junior and Creator/ToonDisney which in 2009 was relaunched as Creator/DisneyXD and Walt Disney Animation Studios, a brand new entity unrelated to any previous Disney animation studio that produces strictly animated content for television and primarily for the aforementioned cable outlets.
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