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October 14, 2013

Walt Disney Parks and Resorts Offers First Look on 'Avatar' During D23 Expo Japan

By Christi Erwin Donnan, Walt Disney Parks and Resorts
While at the first D23 Expo Japan, Chairman of Walt Disney Parks and Resorts Tom Staggs shared some exciting news on projects in development for our parks around the globe.
October 11, 2013

Marvel Kicks Off Mentor Adventure

By Janelle Tipton, The Walt Disney Studios
Calling all aspiring Jane Fosters: The "Thor: The Dark World" Ultimate Mentor Adventure begins this month as Marvel Studios teams up with UL (Underwriters Laboratories), Dolby Laboratories, the National Academy of Science, Girls Scouts USA, and the El Capitan Theater Hollywood to inspire young girls to explore future careers in science, technology, mathematics and engineering—just like the Marvel film’s astrophysicist heroine, played by Academy Award winner Natalie Portman.
October 11, 2013

New Clip from 'Thor: The Dark World,' 'Frozen' Stars Coming to Disney Parks, Demi Lovato Announces North American Tour

By Cynthia Momdjian, The Walt Disney Company
D23 Expo Japan kicks off this weekend—marking the first time that The Ultimate Disney Fan Event is taking place overseas. We’ll give you a rundown early next week here on Disney Post, but until then, catch up with the latest news from around the Company this week.
October 10, 2013

Disney Interactive Tunes Up The Ultimate Disney Music Portal Featuring Best of Radio Disney, Hollywood Records and Vevo

By Mariam Sughayer, Disney Interactive
Earlier this year, we told you about a new partnership between DIsney Interactive, Hollywood Records, Radio Disney and Vevo, the world's leading all-premium music video and entertainment platform, to launch the premier family-friendly music destinations online.
October 9, 2013

Disney Named Most Socially Responsible Company

By Cynthia Momdjian, The Walt Disney Company
Earlier this year, Reputation Institute, a private consulting firm, invited more than 55,000 consumers in 15 countries to participate in a survey to identify companies with the strongest CSR (Corporate Social Responsibility) reputation. Forbes recently reported the results of that survey and The Walt Disney Company, along with Microsoft, Google and BMW, were recognized as the most socially responsible companies. “CSR speaks to who the company is, what it believes in and how it is doing business,” said Kasper Ulf Nielsen, executive partner at Reputation Institute,. “It’s a core element of reputation and can be used to help establish trust and goodwill amongst stakeholders.”