Our most popular Disney World news stories in 2019 included coverage of a stolen Epcot animatronic and a news site's "war" with Disney.
We asked seven of the most popular Disney-centric sites to find out how much they pay their writers after a post on Upwork offered freelancers $6 for a 3,000-word article.
In the span of just 48 hours, Disney forcefully denied two rumors about the Magic Kingdom that were first reported by WDW News Today, a popular fan site.
For the second time in the span of a month, Disney World is addressing rumors of closing attractions that originated with the popular blog WDW News Today.
In a tweet responding to the rumors, Disney said Epcot's The Land and The Seas pavilions "are planned to be with us into the future."