Top Six Legacies of Michael EisnerHerb Leibacher·May 17, 2015Disney Podcast https://s3.amazonaws.com/wowpodfiles/E021-eisner-legacy.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: Apple Podcasts | RSSListen to the podcast for all the details! Here are the quick notes on what the podcast covers: 1 – Disney-MGM Studios Disney World’s tribute to Hollywood was almost a pavilion in Epcot. Mr. Eisner drove the effort to make it into a full theme park. 2 – Kept the company together Investors nearly purchased Disney in the early 1980s to sell off the pieces. Mr. Eisner kept the company together. 3 – Pleasure Island Mr. Eisner oversaw the development of the adult entertainment district that was created with Disney style. 4 – Architectural renaissance Mr. Eisner worked with great architects of his time like Frank Gehry and Michael Graves to develop some memorable buildings on Disney property. 5 – La Luce Mr. Eisner brokered the deal that eventually lead to this hidden gem of a restaurant in the Bonnet Creek Hilton, which is landlocked by Disney property. 6 – Park Growth From 4 parks to 11, from 2,500 hotel rooms to 32,000, Mr. Eisner lead a huge growth period for Disney parks. Guest Co-Host: Derek Hoffman Top Six Legacies of Michael Eisner a Rafflecopter giveaway Your review of Disney’s former CEO, Michael Eisner?