01 October 2013

Disney.com Lanches New Spanish-Language Entertainment Portal Disney ¡Ajá!




Disney.com Celebrates National Hispanic Heritage Month with Launch of New Spanish-language Entertainment Portal Disney ¡Ajá!

In celebration of National Hispanic Heritage Month, Disney Interactive launched the new Disney ¡Ajá! portal, giving users direct access to Spanish-language content on Disney.com for the first time. With a variety of games, activities, videos and full-length episodes, Disney ¡Ajá! has something for everyone. In addition to familiar content from Disney.com presented in Spanish, Disney ¡Ajá! also features original series from Disney Latin America and Disney Spain. The site is optimized for tablets and smartphones, allowing families to access their favorite content across all devices and platforms – perfect for families on the go! WithDisney ¡Ajá! kids can interact with their favorite Disney characters in a variety of ways, including:


·         Watching complete Spanish-language episodes of shows from Disney Junior, Disney Channel and Disney XD, as well as original series from Disney Latin America and Disney Spain
·         Singing along with karaoke-style Spanish lyric music videos of Disney songs from classic films like Cinderella and The Lion King, as well as more recent tunes from TangledPhineas and Ferb and more
·         Printing coloring pages of Mickey & Friends, complete with coloring hints in Spanish



To check out the new site, visit Aja.Disney.com on any desktop, mobile or tablet device. New games, activities, videos and episodes will be added regularly. ¡Así que sigue viniendo para que descubras cosas nuevas! (Keep coming back to discover new things!)


Big thanks to Disney Interactive for the info. This is a great new way for Disney to share it's entertainment. Enjoy.



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2 comments:

  1. Well this is great for my neck of the woods. My son is in his second year of Spanish and this would be a great way to proactice.

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  2. I often use Plaza Sesamo and the like to help my Spanish.

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