Mario Gonzalez Jr.
Sat Jul 16 09:14:01 EDT 2011
We had it on our car radio when my son was younger. That's all he wanted to hear! Now it's Kiss 108.
I always wondered how/ if the stations make any money. Most of the commercials advertise Disney stuff such as movies, shows on the Disney channel, etc. There are a few " parent" commercials.
The Radio Disney app is in the top 20 of the free music apps, so there may be many listeners here.
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On Jul 16, 2011, at 8:02 AM, "Doug Drown" <email@example.com> wrote:
> Plus, most of Disney's outlets are AM. How many kids listen to AM nowadays? The ones I know are barely aware that it exists. -Doug
> On Sat, 16 Jul 2011 02:02:41 -0400, Thomas Heathwood wrote:
> The Disney Radio Network, in my opinion, came way, way too late to have any real impact on listening statistics. Actually, Disney did a fair amount of network radio back in the "golden days" - the 1930's and 40's. A weekly show, lots of "guest appearances" of the characters
>> and radio adaptations of Disney films were great fare back then. When radio was King !! The
>> Sunday night Movie program. and The Mickey Mouse Club were staples on vintage TV and made Disney a mint!
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