Disney Avenue Podcast – Show #1 – Tim Delaney Interview

The Disney Avenue Podcast is honored and thrilled to join the MiceChat family. The podcast is brand new and will feature intriguing insights, interviews and opinions with top Imagineers and other popular figures in the Disney stratosphere on a monthly basis. Continue after the page break for more…

We couldn’t think of a better guest to kick off the show than former Imagineer and just all around great guy, Tim Delaney. In this inaugural episode of the Disney Avenue Podcast, Dusty Sage, founder and CEO of MiceChat.com, joins host Keith Michael Mahne for a wonderfully in-depth interview with one of WDI’s best. The guys discuss Tim’s career, his interactions with former CEOs E. Cardon Walker, Ron Miller and Michael Eisner, as well as, John Hench, Marty Sklar and Frank Wells. Tim talks a bit about his role in the BBC documentary Shoot for the Moon, his opinions on Universal’s Wizarding World of Harry Potter, his sudden exit from WDI, and so much more. Enjoy…


If you enjoy the show, please be sure to leave a comment below and also subscribe, rate and review the show on iTunes.


The Disney Avenue Podcast would like to thank Geren Piltz and Brian Vermillion for their contributions to this show!

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