The world of virtual experiences is exploding.
And as the technology that powers them grows, so too does the challenge of building a system that will support a vast, ever-changing and ever-expanding universe.
As Disney’s CEO Bob Iger told the Associated Press on Wednesday, the company is building “a new digital economy of our dreams.”
The company’s plans to create a new digital network, Disney Connect, that would enable companies to connect with consumers via a range of digital experiences.
It is the latest example of how the tech giant is building a virtual ecosystem, which is not only where people spend money, but where they can do it all.
Disney’s digital platform is called Disney Connect.
The platform will enable Disney to connect consumers with brands and content.
For example, if you purchase a Disney ticket and then subscribe to Disney News, you will be able to receive a personalized message on your smartphone from a Disney employee who will then share your news with you, via text message.
If you subscribe to the company’s other apps, like Disney Parks and resorts, you can then share the experiences and videos with your friends, or even the world at large.
The Disney Connect platform is also a virtual marketplace for content.
Disney has a huge catalog of films and television shows that it can stream through its services and, if it has a lot of them, it can pay for the rights to broadcast them in a digital form.
But it also has a vast library of music, video and other digital content that it could sell to the widest audience possible.
“If you have the right content, the right licensing, you’re going to be able make some money on that,” Iger said.
“So if you want to get some of that content into the world, you’ve got to go through the Disney Connect marketplace.”
That means Disney could sell Disney content to anyone, regardless of where they live, who could then purchase that content.
The company already sells content through the Walt Disney World Resort app, and it also recently launched a new service that allows users to buy Disney content, including TV shows, movies, video games and other content.
There is no central hub for that content on Disney Connect — it’s a service that can be accessed by anyone, but it is a way for users to discover content, like films and TV shows.
But Disney Connect is also where Disney will create a digital network for content that is not currently sold through Disney.
“The world of Disney is an ever-growing and ever more connected place,” Igers said.
That includes digital platforms that are not owned by Disney.
Disney is launching Disney Connect on its Disney.com portal.
DisneyConnect will allow content owners to create their own content.
This could include films, TV shows and other creative works, and Disney could then sell those to consumers via its other apps and online retailers.
It could also allow Disney to sell its own content through its online video service.
If the content is purchased, Disney would also pay the content owner for the right to display the content in its parks and resorts.
Disney also hopes that Disney Connect will help it sell more Disney products to consumers.
“We think that Disney will be very successful in connecting with consumers on the Internet,” Igs told the AP.
“And so we think it’s very important for us to be part of this digital economy and to build this digital ecosystem.”
The idea of a Disney Connect ecosystem is not new.
Disney already has a dedicated platform for digital content.
Called Disney Connect+, it offers the ability for users, including members of Disney Parks & Resorts, to purchase content and sell it to other users.
In the early days of the platform, Disney offered a similar service called DisneyConnect.com.
But that service was discontinued in August 2017, after Disney lost its licensing deal with Viacom.
Disney, which owns the rights for its movies, TV and other Disney content and has been using Disney Connect since its launch, has also launched Disney Connect for digital music and other music content.
It was a different model for Disney than the one that Disney is building with Disney Connect because the company had to pay a licensing fee for the content that was being offered through Disney Connect and the Disney Music business.
Disney did not have to pay that fee in the past.
Igers told the Wall Street Journal that Disney’s plan is to continue to build a digital ecosystem that is built around its content and products.
“There’s going to always be a price to pay for access to a service like Disney Connect,” Iges said.
Iger added that Disney has also worked with companies like Netflix and Amazon to help it develop a digital content ecosystem that can handle the challenges that it faces as it continues to evolve.
But he said that the company has been successful at making its own digital content and content for its own purposes.
“It is an opportunity to build what we have already built with Disney and other