Following a dispute between The Walt Disney Company and the Los Angeles Times that resulted in Disney banning the newspaper from press screenings, Disney has officially overturned its decision. Disney came under immediate pressure from various media outlets, such as the A.V. Club and The New York Times, on the subject of freedom of the press, and Disney ultimately yielded.
The LA Times had been investigating Disney relationship with the city of Anaheim, CA (where Disneyland and California Adventure are located). As a result, Disney reacted defensively, claiming that the newspaper “showed a complete disregard for basic journalistic standards,” persuading the company to wipe their hands clean of ...
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