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Disney CEO: Disney.com to sort of compete with Netflix, Hulu

But having a multitude of content delivery options for its content "keeps people honest," CEO Robert Iger says in an interview at D9.

By June 2, 2011


Disney.com relaunches, gets slower

Disney.com has a new look, but is this a leaner, faster version of the site or just the old one with some prettier mouse ears?

By February 6, 2007


Disney.com revamp coming, and not a moment too soon

CEO Robert Iger announces new features, including a video player, in his keynote speech at CES 2007

By January 8, 2007


YouTube, Disney cut video deal, report says

Disney will produce original videos that will be distributed on YouTube and a co-branded Disney.com channel, The New York Times reports.

By November 6, 2011


At D9, Windows 8 makes debut, and more (roundup)

The gathering of tech CEOs and other bigwigs also puts the spotlight on Twitter's new photo-sharing service, Google's social-networking efforts, HP's WebOS ambitions, and then some.

By June 2, 2011


Disney taps Yahoo exec to bolster Web efforts

Jimmy Pitaro, who is leaving his position running the powerful media properties at Yahoo, has taken a job as co-president of Disney Interactive Media Group, as Disney seeks to clarify its Web strategy.

By October 3, 2010


Disney sites suffer an outage

The lights went out for a while Wednesday morning for ESPN, Disney.com, and ABC News. The cause of the problem was unclear.

By February 24, 2010


Webware Radar: Disney brings Kaboose aboard

Also: FileLater enables tax extensions, Evernote updates its iPhone app, and Lance Armstrong's Livestrong Calorie Tracker becomes available on all BlackBerrys.

By April 1, 2009


You don't need satellite TV when times get tough

An Oakland, Calif., family knew they had to trim monthly expenses. So they took a novel, Internet-savvy approach to cutting costs while still watching their favorite programs.

By December 19, 2008


Disney takes on Chinese affiliate over piracy

Disney is in a piracy war over Wall-E against a Chinese video sharing site that it invested in.

By November 21, 2008