February 23, 1996
Web posted at: 8:45 a.m. EST
From Entertainment Correspondent Dennis Michael
(CNN) -- There's a familiar pair of ears staking out a large piece of cyberspace. The Disney organization is finding a home on the World Wide Web. For months, individual movies or Disney products have been represented on the Internet. But now, there's a digital Disneyland.
For anyone who is perusing the Web, www.disney.com is the authoritative place to find all things mouse-related. Everything from Disney movies and TV programs, to books, theme parks, and home video is on the 'Net. For the those that like spending money via the 'Net, the on-line version of The Disney Store is available for browsing.
The Disney home page will be changed daily. It will be loaded with interactive pages related to popular Disney characters and products. Senior Vice President Winnie Wechsler says almost anything your Web browser desires can be found at disney.com.
"Hundreds of clips -- audio clips, video clips, graphics, all sorts of photos (are available)," she says. "It's the sort of site that you go to again and again and again. And never, on any time, see everything that's there."
Disney's big Web site is up and running right now, and you don't need a ticket to teleport yourself to the Internet's own Magic Kingdom. Just remember: www.disney.com.
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