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Walt Disney Buys TV-Games Developer- Associated Press- 6/8/05

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  • Walt Disney Buys TV-Games Developer- Associated Press- 6/8/05

    Full text available here:
    http://news.moneycentral.msn.com/pro...608&ID=4877697

    Walt Disney Co. on Wednesday said its Internet business has acquired Minds Eye Productions, a British developer of TV-based games, for an undisclosed sum.

    "Interactive TV gaming is a growing and exciting market, and Minds Eye is the leading U.K. developer," said Mark Handler, managing director of Disney's international Internet group. "This acquisition allows us to build on our successful Disney branded iTV game service and shows our commitment to this market."
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