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Radio Disney

Radio Disney is a radio network that has been located in Burbank, California since November 2008, after previously stationed in Dallas, Texas. The channel's content, especially the music, has been tailored to children and young teenagers. The presentation can be described as a youth-friendly, contemporary contemporary hit radio. Radio Disney is a subsidiary of The Walt Disney Company.


The logo was in use from November 18, 1996 to February 2007.

Radio Disney was launched on November 18, 1996 - coinciding with Mickey Mouse's birthday - at 5:58 am with the song "Get Ready For This". At the start of Radio Disney, children up to 12 years of age could win prizes. In 2000, the maximum age was increased to 14. In June 2009, Radio Disney changed the maximum age again, this time to 16 years.

Radio Disney has been closely associated with Disney Channel singers and actors such as Hilary Duff and Raven-Symoné Pearman since 2002; also recently with Miley Cyrus, Taylor Swift, the Jonas Brothers, Demi Lovato, Selena Gomez and others. In 2002 the Radio Disney Music Awards Premiered. This is a music awards ceremony that has been held every year since then.

In 2004 Disney paid the former Children’s Broadcasting Corporation $ 12.4 million. Disney had been around for a while before Radio Disney launched Radio Aahs worked together. With Radio Disney now becoming a direct competitor to Radio Aahs' company, which had about 30 stations in its largest expansion, former Aahs owners sued Disney for a breached agreement and sought damages.

2006 Radio Disney celebrated its 10th anniversary. The first hour re-broadcast was broadcast on June 6, 2006 at 4:58 pm. As part of the 10th anniversary, the Totally 10 Birthday Concert was held on July 22, 2006 at the Honda Center in Anaheim, California.[1] The concert included a simultaneous live broadcast on the Radio Disney website. There was a second concert in Dallas, Texas on November 18, 2006 at the Dallas Convention Center.

In February 2006, the Walt Disney Company announced that it would keep Radio Disney and its stations, even though it had lost much of its "radio ownership" to Citadel Broadcasting.

In April 2007, Radio Disney deleted the word “Ears” from their first slogan “We're all ears!” From their phone number. The phone number was originally pronounced as 1-8-8-8, E-A-R-S, 0-1-8. However, since all DJs read this number as 1-888-327-7018, Radio Disney changed the phone number to 1-877-870-5678 in May 2009.

Since 2008, Radio Disney has added more songs from Disney Channel shows, as well as music from other youth music groups belonging to Walt Disney Records or Hollywood Records.



Radio Disney plays a wide variety of star songs and Disney Channel shows along with other popular songs. Among other things, Lou Bega sang the song Mambo No. 5 as a cover in the form of a Disney version. So this cover now has the refrain "A little bit of Minnie in my life, A little bit of Mickey by her side". This is how almost all of Disney's other characters were put into the song.

Songs from Disney Channel Stars

Disney Channel star songs from Camp Rock, High School Musical, High School Musical 2, High School Musical 3, and songs from the following stars are some of the songs played on Radio Disney:

Artists who were famous in the early years of this radio network

The songs of the artists, who were very famous in the early years of this radio network, are rarely played today or have even completely disappeared from the playlist. Some examples would be:

Playhouse Disney

Playhouse Disney (originally "Mickey and Minnie's Tune Time" 1998-2001) is broadcast during the school year from 12:00 ET to 1:00 ET on Radio Disney and has been since inception by Robin, Tina, BB Good and Susan Huber, currently operated by Betsy. Originally, Playhouse Disney was a two-hour block, but has recently been limited to one hour. The same thing happened with the “Circle Time Story” program (originally “Mickey And Minnie’s Storytime Theater” between 1998-2001), which consists of stories from Disney films that you can read along. Like Playhouse Disney on Disney Channel, this program is also geared towards preschoolers on Radio Disney. Songs from Playhouse Disney, shows, Disney movies, and songs from other shows like Sesame Street are played, as are quizzes for preschoolers that ask questions about the Disney characters. Disney classics can also be heard during Playhouse Disney time.

Radio Disney World Tour

In 2000 and 2001, Radio Disney launched two separate "world tours" that traveled across the United States to major markets. In 2000, the tour showed budding talents like “No Authority” or “Myra” and the radio Disney DJs “Mark and Zippy”. The tour went through the following cities: Atlanta, New York, Boston, Dallas, Chicago, Houston, Phoenix, Los Angeles, San Francisco and Seattle. It was played at theater venues and in front of an audience of up to 2,000 people per show. In each market there were four shows per weekend.


Radio Disney has had a large number of different DJs since it started in 1996. A list of current DJs and their schedule can be found on the Radio Disney website.[2] The following list shows some DJs listed by the years they worked at Radio Disney.

Current DJs

  • Betsy (2008)
  • Blake (2005)
  • Brian (1997)
  • Candice (2009)
  • Ernie D. (1999)
  • Hallie (2009)
  • Jake (2008)

Former DJs

  • Aaron K. (2003–2008)
  • B. B. Good (1998–2008)
  • Candice (2005–2007)
  • Cherami (2007–2008)
  • David Jordan (2001–2005)
  • Dean Wendt (1996–2001)
  • Don Crabtree (1996–2007)
  • Giel (2003–2008)
  • Jim hickly ' (2001?-2005?)
  • Just plain mark (1997–2001)
  • Kara Edwards (1997–2001)
  • Kim Stewart (1997–2000)
  • Lee Cameron (1996–1999)
  • Lenny (2006)
  • Penny Nichols (2001)
  • Robin Jones (1996–1997)
  • Rita (2007)
  • Squeege (1996–2005)
  • Sherry Rodgers (1996–2008)
  • Sheryl Brooks (1996–2008)
  • Susan Huber (1996–2010)
  • Tina (1997–1998)
  • Terri (2004–2008)
  • Web fingors (2001–2003)
  • Zippy (1997–2001)


Online radio

Radio Disney can be found online at[3] can be listened to and is also available on iTunes.

From 1997 to 1999, the radio network was broadcast in digital format on the Disney website. The service was discontinued in 1999, but soon appeared as a pre-installed channel on QuickTime's media list. The service disappeared again in 2000 when Quicktime 5 appeared. In March 2006, such an offer reappeared in Windows Media Player as Radio Disney 2.0. It was later switched to a Flash format that could display song lyrics and the songs previously played.

Radio and TV subscription

Radio Disney is available in digital audio quality on XM Satellite Radio and Sirius Satellite Radio in both the United States and Canada on Channel 115. After Radio Disney had worked with "Music Choice" for some time, Radio Disney was joined by "Music Choice" on September 18, 2007 with its own channel, "Kidz Only!", A station similar to Radio Disney, but with less interrupted music. replaced.[4][5] Radio Disney is also available via satellite on XM on DirecTV (Channel 867). Some digital network providers have Radio Disney as a radio station in their program selection.


The radio network mainly uses AM stations, but also uses some FM stations. Many of the current callsigns of Disney radio stations are variants of Mickey and Minnie Mouse or simply represent Disney names. At least one name seems to be for Goofy. Another stands for “Walt Disney World” (WDW).

Stations running on HD radio can have a delay of eight seconds. In order to compensate for such a delay compared to the other transmitters, the signal is deliberately delayed on them.

List of channels (USA)

CallsignfrequencyplaceHD radio
KMIK1580PhoenixArizona Yes
KKDD¹1290San Bernardino / Riverside, California No
KMKY1310San Francisco, California Yes
KIID1470Sacramento, California Yes
KDIS1110Pasadena / Los Angeles, California Yes
KDDZ1690Denver, Colorado Yes
WDZK1550Hartford, Connecticut Yes
WBWL600Jacksonville, Florida Yes
WDYZ990Orlando, Florida Yes
WMYM990Miami, Florida Yes
WWMI1380Tampa, Florida Yes
WAJD¹1390Gainesville, Florida No
WMNE1600West Palm Beach, Florida Yes
WDWD590Atlanta, Georgia Yes
WRDZ1300Chicago, Illinois Yes
KQAM1480Wichita, Kansas No
WDRD680Louisville, Kentucky Yes
WBYU1450New Orleans, Louisiana Yes
WMKI1260Boston, Massachusetts Yes
WFDF910Farmington Hills / Detroit, Michigan Yes
KDIZ1440Minneapolis / St. Paul, Minnesota Yes
KPHN1190Kansas City, Missouri Yes
WSDZ1260St. Louis, Missouri Yes
KALY1240Albuquerque, New Mexico Yes
WALL¹1340Middletown, New York No
WEOK¹1390(Link no longer available)Poughkeepsie, New York No
WDDY1460Albany, New York Yes
WOLF¹1490Syracuse, New York Yes
WQEW²1560New York, New York Yes
WCOG1320Greensboro, North Carolina No
WGFY1480Charlotte, North Carolina Yes
WWMK1260Cleveland, Ohio Yes
KMUS1380Tulsa, Oklahoma Yes
KOCY¹1560Oklahoma City, Oklahoma No
KDZR1640Portland, Oregon / Vancouver, Washington Yes
WWJZ640Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Yes
WWCS¹540Canonsburg / Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania No
WDDZ550Providence, Rhode Island Yes
WOWW¹1430Memphis, Tennessee No
KRDY1160San Antonio, Texas Yes
KMIC1590Houston, Texas Yes
KMKI620Dallas / Fort Worth, Texas Yes
KWDZ910Salt Lake City, Utah Yes
WDZY1290Richmond, Virginia Yes
WHKT1650Norfolk, Virginia No
KKDZ1250Seattle, Washington Yes
WKSH1640Milwaukee, Wisconsin Yes
¹ These channels are not owned by the Walt Disney Company.


On the CDs of the Radio Disney Jams series, the music of various artists whose songs can be heard on Radio Disney has been compiled.


Internationally there are Radio Disney stations in Australia, Chile, Japan, Poland, Argentina, Paraguay, Nicaragua, Guatemala, Uruguay, Costa Rica and the Dominican Republic. There are plans to resume radio in the UK, but this time under the "Radio Disney" brand, with the aim of targeting a younger audience than before. It is also planned to air the program in the Philippines, Sweden, Mexico and Brazil in the near future.

Latin America

In Latin America, Radio Disney is available on the country's radio. Similar to Radio Disney in the United States, Radio Disney is in Spanish in Argentina[6], Chile[7], Nicaragua[8], Ecuador[9], Guatemala, Paraguay[10], Uruguay[11], Dominican Republic and Costa Rica[12].


Radio Disney planned to broadcast on the UK digital radio platform by the end of 2008.[13] On July 6, 2007, Ofcom, the UK media regulator, announced that 4 Digital Group[14], a group of companies led by Channel 4 with Emap, UTV, British Sky Broadcasting, Global Radio, The Carphone Warehouse Group and the University of British Columbia, had permission to launch a new multi-company digital radio of which Radio Disney is one of ten new, national radio stations[15] would involve. On October 10, 2008, Channel 4 withdrew plans to launch "4 Digital", thereby ending the likelihood of Radio Disney being able to join the operation.[16]

A similar station, Capital Disney, began broadcasting on DAB's digital radio network, Sky Digital (digital satellite) and several digital cable TV operators in the UK in 2002. The station was a joint venture between the Capital Radio Group, now called GCap Media, in the UK and Disney. The idea started with using Capital Radio's programming expertise to help Disney launch a radio station in the UK. At the beginning of 2007, both Capital Radio, now GCap Media, and Disney agreed to pursue different goals. The result was that Capital Disney stopped broadcasting and was closed on June 29, 2007.

In 2010, the media council of the State Media Authority Saarland approved the Disney Company for the nationwide distribution of “Radio Disney”. The German-language program will in future be available nationwide via DAB +. [17]

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Web links

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