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Spanish ISP signs deal with Disney children's site

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MIAMI--Terra Networks, a subsidiary of Spain's Telefonica, has acquired a three-year exclusive alliance with children's Web site GO.com, a division of Walt Disney Co.

Launched last year, Terra is already a leading Internet service provider in Latin America. The portal service has already rolled out in Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Guatemala, Mexico and Peru. It is planning to enter the U.S. Hispanic market this year.

GO.com will supply Terra with Spanish- and Portuguese-language versions of its Club Blast site. The service will launch in Spain in January before rolling out in Latin America.

Targeting children aged 4 to 12, the Club Blast site features games, animation and comics, all based on Disney characters.

Copyright January 2000, Crain Communications Inc.

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