Monthly Archives: June 2009

Hong Kong Disneyland to expand

Reuters are reporting that Hong Kong has reached a deal with the Walt Disney Company to expand the Hong Kong Disney theme park, seen as necessary to bolster the park’s long-term prospects against a Shanghai rival, a government source said … Continue reading

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Michael Jackson 1958 – 2009

Pop star Michael Jackson died in Los Angeles Thursday afternoon shortly after going into cardiac arrest. Michael Jackson in the starring role of Captain EO, a former 3-D film attraction at Disney theme parks worldwide. The “King of Pop” died … Continue reading

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Disney Cruise hints at Europe plans

Here is a item from TTG Live reporting from the UK Cruise Convention which was recently held in Dover that hints at what a forthcoming Disney Cruise Line announcement might be. Disney Cruise Line is expected to announce European deployment … Continue reading

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Starbucks opens in Disney Village

DLP.info are reporting that Staurday saw the opening of the Starbucks coffee shop in Disney Village. Starbucks is located in the former popular outpost of Western merchandise Buffalo Trading Company store which opened in 1994. This is the first Starbucks … Continue reading

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Disneyland Paris looks to London for new recruits.

Disneyland Paris plans to recruit 7,000 staff this year and the company has embarked on a European recruitment campaign to search for the right candidates. On Wednesday 24th June HR staff from the resort are visiting the Walt Disney Company’s … Continue reading

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SingStar Singalong Disney for £4.59

If you are a SingStar fan you might be interested to know that Argos has SingStar Singalong Disney for sale at £4.59 in their End of Catalogue Sale which runs untill the 24 July. Here is the track list: 101 … Continue reading

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Disneyland Paris to use 2D barcodes

Disneyland Paris has announced plans to use 2D barcodes. They look like the thumbnail image on the left which says Disneyland Paris by-the-way. These codes will be used across the park as a method of providing information to guests via … Continue reading

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