Today In Walt Disney World, Disney CEO asks employees to chip in to pay copyright lobbyists, Epcots International Flower and Garden Festival to run for 90 Days This Year and Mickey’s Royal Friendship Faire Show Brings Joyful Celebration to Walt Disney World Resort, all in todays Disney News.
Disney CEO asks employees to chip in to pay copyright lobbyists
The Walt Disney Company has a reputation for lobbying hard on copyright issues. The 1998 copyright extension has even been dubbed the “Mickey Mouse Protection Act” by activists like Lawrence Lessig that have worked to reform copyright laws. This year, the company is turning to its employees to fund some of that battle. Disney CEO Bob Iger has sent a letter to the company’s employees, asking for them to open their hearts—and their wallets—to the company’s political action committee, DisneyPAC
Record 90 days of Epcot International Flower & Garden Festival Fun to Showcase New Outdoor Kitchens, Gardens and Topiaries
Two new spring-inspired Outdoor Kitchens, three mischievous Disney topiary characters and an innovative musical play garden will debut during the 23rd Epcot International Flower & Garden Festival March 2-May 30, 2016. The popular spring festival at Walt Disney World Resort, known for its tasty edibles, sweeping floral displays and dazzling topiary creations, expands from 75 days to 90 days in 2016.
All New “Mickey’s Royal Friendship Faire” Show Brings Joyful Celebration to Walt Disney World Resort
Joining the lineup of unparalleled Walt Disney World Resort entertainment, “Mickey’s Royal Friendship Faire” will immerse guests in a royal musical celebration set to debut this summer on the Cinderella Castle stage at Magic Kingdom Park.
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