When it comes to making television content for tweens, it really doesn’t get much better than the Disney Channel – a network which has mastered the family-friendly formula of producing TV shows and movies that are not only interesting to pre-teens, but also deemed as acceptable by their parents. It’s hard work to meet both of those expectations, especially when your audiences are only tweens for a limited amount of years, and then move on to look for different things in the entertainment industry.
Over time, the Disney Channel has successfully captured the attention of many different generations of children and pre-teens in the last few decades, having nearly mastered the medium while simultaneously launching successful careers ...
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