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This was an upbeat monthly magazine targeting at eight to 12-year-old kids. The magazine featured stories on top movie stars and pop music bands, and had regular departments covering sports, fashion, computers, television shows, animals and ecology.
The magazine ran from October 1996 to February 1999 with 29 issues.
The first issue had a cover story on the film Independence Day as well as inside features on Space Mountain and James and the Giant Peach.
Top Disney was introduced to children and parents through an extensive television campaign, as well as billboards in Madrid and Barcelona.
Grupo Zeta also held a big party in Madrid with Mickey, Minnie and members of the press to celebrate the launch. Top Disney was sold primarily through kiosks and in the 12 Disney Stores throughout Spain.
The March 1997 issue of Spain's Top Disney sold out its initial printrun of 260,000 copies and went back o press for an additional 75,000 copies. The monthly was launched last October by Grupo Zeta and continued to increase its printrun each issue. Average sales for the first five months had been 175,000 copies, making Top Disney the best-selling monthly magazine in Spain.
Grupo Zeta worked hard to promote the magazine to Spanish children and aired ten-second television spots on Antena 3 (the station owned by Zeta) during the first week that the magazine was on sale.