>.That compromise still doesn't work for me. I want to see all of the Nickelodeon-style content distributed under a different brand (or, at the very least, a new brand extension) because I believe the Disney trademark is being seriously harmed.<<
I can appreciate that. And what harm would it do to the 'tween brand?
Yet, if they both must co-exist - - how do they heal the schizophrenic "Disney Channel" brand identity and message quickly?
How and when can we get Walt Disney and his films back "on-brand"? Does Iger have to release Anne Sweeney and her executives to make that happen? Will it take another scandal like Vanessa?