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Walt Disney TVI PERSON OF THE WEEK - Vol 49- POWeek 54
NEWS Convergence - 44th Week of 2005














































































About The Person Of The Week / TVI54
Walt Disney - b: 1901 - d: 1966
Founder of Disney Studios

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October - 442005 Walt Disney - POWeek 54
NEWS Convergence - 44th Week of 2005





Walt Disney Founder of Disney Studios
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Feature Story - Walt Disney Quotes
----- "I only hope that we don't lose sight of one thing - that it was all started by a mouse." -- W.D.
----- "It is understandable that I should have sentimental attachment for the little personage who played so big a part in the course of Disney Productions and has been so happily accepted as an amusing friend wherever films are shown ." -- W.D.
----- "The life and ventures of Mickey Mouse have been closely bound up with my own personal and professional life." -- W.D.
----- "Mickey Mouse is, to me, a symbol of independence. He was a means to an end." -- W.D.
------ "He popped out of my mind onto a drawing pad 20 years ago on a train ride from Manhattan to Hollywood." -- W.D.
----- "When people laugh at Mickey Mouse, it's because he's so human; and that is the secret of his popularity." -- W.D.
----- "Born of necessity, the little fellow literally freed us of immediate worry. He provided the means for expanding." -- W.D.
----- "We felt that the public, and especially the children, like animals that are cute and little." -- W.D.

2. About The Media Segments of Walt Disney
-----WALT DISNEY is now listed in the top 100 business leaders of the 20th century, and is 54th on NBS100's list for those achievers in the development of the telecommunications industry, since 1907.
----- "Look at Walt Disney", said Michael Eisner at his farewell speech at the HRTS October luncheon, he, (Walt Disney) -- "was recently ranked number-two on Fast Company magazine's list of the top 100 business leaders of the 20th century.
----- Despite his established success, he had trouble getting financial backing for the first Mickey Mouse cartoon, for "Snow White" and for Disneyland. Because they were untried concepts, the money men could not see what Walt saw so clearly. But consider the consequences."
-----"Mickey Mouse, of course," he continued, "became one of the greatest stars of all time. "Snow White" became the first building block for the Disney feature animation library, and saved the company. And Disneyland became the launching pad for the entire theme park industry. "
-----Today, Disney's 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.
----- The Walt Disney Company, along with its subsidiaries, is a diversified worldwide entertainment company with operations in four business segments: Media Networks, Parks and Resorts, Studio Entertainment and Consumer Products. The Media Networks segment is comprised of television broadcast, radio and cable operations.The businesses in the Parks and Resorts segment generate revenues predominately from the sale of admissions to the theme parks, room nights at the hotel and rentals at the resort properties. The Studio Entertainment segment produces and acquires live-action and animated motion pictures, animated direct-to-video programming, musical recordings and live stage plays. The Consumer Products segment partners with licensees, manufacturers, publishers and retailers throughout the world to design, promote and sell a wide variety of products based on existing and new Disney characters and other intellectual property.
----- BRIEF: . The Walt Disney Company is a diversified worldwide entertainment company, operating in four segments: Media Networks, Parks and Resorts, Studio Entertainment and Consumer Products. For the 9 months ended 7/02/05, revenues rose 4% to $24.21B. Net income increased 24% to $2.27B. Results reflect strong growth in worldwide home entertainment, higher affiliate revenue, and improved operating margins and lower debt levels.
----- Walt Disney Company, The (NYSE:DIS)
----- Industry: Broadcasting & Cable TV
----- Website: http://disney.go.com/ http://disney.go.com/
----- 500 South Buena Vista Street
----- Burbank, CA 91521 United States
----- Phone: 1-818-5601000 / Fax: 1-818-5601930
----- Contact Title: Director of Investor Relations / Contact Phone: 1-818-5537200


Walt Disney - TimeLine

This Timeline is to demonstrate the significant growth of Walt Disney, as an individual, from a celebrity art form achiever, to his company's scientific achievements in the field of EMw Telecommunications.

For More Timeline Stories Click Any Subject Matter Heading:
The Early Days - (1900 to 1919)
Creating Mickey Mouse - (1920s)
Animated Films & Academy Award - (1930s)
The Decade of Going Public (1940s)
ABC Shows Interest - (1950s)
Walt's Golden Years With Mary Poppins - (1960s)
Orlando Opens It's Doors To Disney - (1970s)
Disney and Big Business, with Eisner Years - (1980s)
Decade of Disney "Best Deals" - Mergers and Buyouts. ABC TV Network - (1990s)
Back To Walt Disney - (2000s)
Eisner says farewell to Disney - (2005s)


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