Human Statue Bodyart: Disney


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Since its founding in 1923, The Walt Disney Company has remained faithful in its commitment to producing unparalleled entertainment experiences based on its rich legacy of quality creative content and exceptional storytelling. Today, Disney is divided into four major business segments: Studio Entertainment, Parks and Resorts, Consumer Products, and Media Networks. Each segment consists of integrated, well-connected businesses that operate in concert to maximize exposure and growth worldwide.

Disney Studio Entertainment
The Studio Entertainment unit is the foundation on which The Walt Disney Company was built, and at its heart are world-renowned animated features and live-action motion pictures. With the creation of Mickey Mouse and Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, the world's first full-length animated feature, the Disney name quickly became synonymous with quality entertainment for the whole family.

The Walt Disney Studios distributes motion pictures under Walt Disney Pictures - which includes Walt Disney Feature Animation and DisneyToon Studios - Touchstone Pictures, Hollywood Pictures and Miramax Films. Buena Vista International serves as the studio's international distribution arm. Buena Vista Home Entertainment and Buena Vista Home Entertainment International together distribute Disney and other film titles to the rental and sell-through home entertainment markets worldwide. Buena Vista Theatrical Productions is one of the largest producers of Broadway musicals, and the Buena Vista Music Group distributes original music and motion picture soundtracks under its four record labels: Walt Disney Records, Buena Vista Records, Hollywood Records and Lyric Street Records.

Disney Parks and Resorts
Walt Disney Parks and Resorts is where the magic lives and home to Disney's beloved characters. The segment traces its roots to 1952, when Walt Disney formed what is now known as Walt Disney Imagineering to build Disneyland in Anaheim, California. Today, Walt Disney Parks and Resorts operates or licenses 10 theme parks on three continents with an 11th park currently under construction in Hong Kong, along with 35 resort hotels, two luxury cruise ships and a wide variety of other entertainment offerings.

Today, Walt Disney Parks & Resorts has responsibility for five Disney destinations around the world, which includes 11 theme parks, all dedicated to the best in innovative family entertainment.
Disneyland Resort, Anaheim, California
Walt Disney World Resort, Lake Buena Vista, Florida
Tokyo Disney Resort, Urayasu, Chiba
Disneyland Resort Paris, Marne La Valle, France
Hong Kong Disneyland, Penny's Bay, Lantau Island

In addition to theme parks, Walt Disney Parks & Resorts also includes the world-class Disney Cruise Line, seven Disney Vacation Club resorts with more than 90,000 members…not to mention eight ESPN Zone dining locations and Walt Disney Imagineering, which is responsible for the design and creation of all the Disney attractions, resorts, real estate developments and more.

Disney Consumer Products
Disney merchandising began in 1929 when Walt Disney was approached by a businessman interested in placing Mickey Mouse on the cover of a children's writing tablet. The Consumer Products segment now extends the Disney brand to merchandise ranging from apparel, toys, home décor and books to interactive games, foods and beverages, electronics and fine art.

Disney Consumer Products is one of the largest licensors in the world. It is divided into Disney Hardlines, Disney Softlines and Disney Toys. Disney Publishing is the world's number one children's publisher, with domestic imprints including Hyperion Books for Children, Disney Press and Disney Editions, as well as the number one children's magazine in the United States, Disney Adventures.

Other businesses under Disney Consumer Products are Buena Vista Games, bringing Disney content to the interactive gaming community; The Baby Einstein Company, which produces developmental media for infants; and the Disney Stores worldwide and Disney Direct Marketing, which includes DisneyStore.com and the Disney catalog.

Disney Media Networks
The Media Networks segment encompasses a vast array of properties on the television, cable, radio and Internet landscape. The ABC Television Network includes ABC Entertainment, ABC Daytime, ABC News, ABC Sports, ABC Kids and the Disney-owned production company Touchstone Television. ABC Owned Television Stations operates 10 stations in top markets across the country, ABC Radio owns 72 stations nationwide, and the company's expansive radio offerings include Radio Disney, ESPN Radio and ABC News Radio.

Media Networks incorporates a suite of cable networks, including ESPN, Disney Channel, ABC Family, Toon Disney, and SOAPnet. The segment also operates Walt Disney Television Animation and Fox Kids International, and holds the company's equity interest in Lifetime Entertainment Services, A&E Television Networks and E! Networks.

Also included in the Media Networks segment are Buena Vista Television, which produces and distributes syndicated programming; Buena Vista Television International, which distributes Disney's series and movies for television outside the United States; Hyperion Books, Disney's general interest publishing imprint; and Walt Disney Internet Group, which leads corporate Internet business and technology strategy and manages many of the company's Internet properties. (Credit: The Walt Disney Company)

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World Vision Body Paint special was shown on Saturday Disney, Disney Channel Seven (Australia) on the 17th May 2008 at 8.15am.

 

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