It appears that Disney Parks is taking matters into their own hands as its fans continue to demand action regarding the seemingly uncontrolled storm of Theme Park Vloggers and Influencers.
Acknowledging the never-tiring demand for in-Park pictures and videos, Disney Parks has begun searching for social media content creators at Disneyland Resort and Walt Disney World Resort.
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Disney explains, in part,
“We’re seeking individuals who strive to create authentic, innovative and compelling content that is highly relevant, drives reputation, and builds relationships. The goal is to find original ways to tell stories that connect Disney Parks to our fans, guests and cast members alike. We are looking for someone who stays curious, takes risks and ultimately sparks joy with the stories they create and tell.”
The full job description appears to show that Disney is looking for analytics-focused social media professionals who are also prepared to become public personalities that are potentially as much of a part of the Theme Parks as the characters.
Those readers who might be interested in applying for this new role should know that this is NOT a full-time position to start. Disney clarifies that the position will only cover up to 29 hours per week, and the Disney World position possibly lasting up to 18 months.
Over the past year, we at Disney Fanatic have taken it upon ourselves to share the fans’ frustration with, shall we say, the deregulated social media playground Theme Parks like Magic Kingdom, EPCOT, Disney’s Hollywood Studios, Disney’s Animal Kingdom, Disneyland Park, and Disney California Adventure have become. While everybody wants to know what’s happening in their favorite Theme Parls, the pursuit of POV ride videos have raised alarms about safety and flying smartphones, viral videos of unsuspecting Guests have sparked privacy concerns, and there seemed to be a correlation between the Parks’ growing social media focus and the increase in bad Guest behavior.
Disney Parks have already begun restricting Influencer behavior. Perhaps this official team of content creators will help not only satisfy the demand for content but also increase the level of magic seen through the lenses of TikTok, Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram.