The Walt Disney Company, a survivor of animation, film, radio, and television evolution, now finds itself confronting another era of media upheaval: the Internet revolution. In this special report, NEWS.COM tracks this cultural symbol's venture into cyberspace and examines the strategy behind it.
New domain for kingdom
exclusive In expanding the Magic Kingdom online, Disney is planning a major fee-based online service aimed at the family market that could include everything from celebrities hosting online features to a branded form of communication called "D-mail." The service, which will include a range of content plans from $5 to $20 a month, will compete directly with America Online, CompuServe, the Microsoft Network, and others for parents and children online.
A controlling interest
From E ride to email