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Disney Video Portal Launches to Bring Clips And Trailers To All Your Devices

Discussion in 'Gadgets and Gizmos' started by Wendy, May 20, 2012.

  1. Wendy

    Wendy A hui hou kakou makuakane Staff Member Administrator

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    Disney Interactive Labs recently revealed a new product— a video portal for clips, movie trailers, and even a collection of curated YouTube videos, all designed to be watched online or on any of your mobile devices. The new Disney Video site, located at www.video.disney.com, combines the best of Disney past and present, with a whole lot of content that might not be found anywhere else.


    The site is broken down into movies, shows, collections and YouTube, and highlights a wide range of content across Disney’s family-oriented media properties. In the movies section, Disney Video features trailers, as well as behind-the-scenes footage and interviews with stars of upcoming and recent feature films like Frankenweenie and The Avengers. Its shows page puts the spotlight on popular clips from the Disney Channel and related cable networks. Collections organizes its video library into themes, like Disney Fairies, for instance, or content available from Disney Theme Parks.

    But the most interesting section might be the YouTube channel on the site, which provides a curated page full of kid-friendly content. The YouTube page is the result of a deal that Disney struck with the video site late last year, through which the media companies will cross-promote each other’s content. YouTube will get some original kids programming from Disney, while Disney is making YouTube clips available on its new portal.

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