We can hardly count how many times we have been asked about bringing back WDW News Tonight over the last few months. The same could be said for our sister site Disneyland News Today which was folded into WDWNT.com in 2013. While we never wanted to say goodbye to either, times change and sometimes the needs of our readers and listeners do as well. That being said, the time seems right to bring back these beloved offerings in a new way.
Considering the growth in traffic for our stories about the Disneyland Resort in Anaheim, California, we thought it might be a good idea to give our DL-loving audience a site to call their own. Disneyland News Today’s website relaunches today with content solely focused on Disneyland Park, Disney California Adventure, Downtown Disney, and the Hotels of the Disneyland Resort, just in time for all the holiday festivities kicking-off this weekend. Don’t fret if you like Disneyland content in addition to everything else we offer at WDWNT.com, Disneyland Resort stories will still be posted here as well. If you only want Disneyland content, you’ll be able to visit DisneylandNewsToday.com to better suit your needs.
The relaunch will also bring about more Disneyland content on the WDW News Today YouTube channel, as well as the eventual return of the Disneyland News Today Podcast.
WDW News Tonight concluded earlier this year, but many viewers were determined to let us know that they have missed the show and it was a horrible idea on our part to end it. Well, you have worn us down to the point where we are ready to bring back the anarchy, in-depth discussions, psychotic games, and interactive fun of WDW News Tonight in January 2019. The show will have a new format, new studio, and vastly improved production values when it is resurrected next year, but Tom Corless and Nick LoCicero will remain your hosts. More details will be shared at a later date.
You still have a few weeks to catch-up on the classic episodes (either on YouTube or via the audio podcast version), so don’t miss a single joke about robot executives, Disney After Hours ticket prices, or Pandora’s lengthy construction timeline.