AllEarsNet TV Shows in 2014

In 2014 we began production of our very own video show on YouTube called AllEarsNet TV. Your response has been great and we are so glad you are enjoying the show! (Be sure to read the entire blog for YOUR chance to win an AllEars prize pack!)

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Our 27 shows ran the gamut in topics from

** Reviews of special events like Harambe Nights, Epcot After Hours, Frozen Summer Fun, and Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas Party


** Stepping Back in Time looking at the 40 Years of Hoop-Dee-Do, the history of the Wedway People Mover and looking back at the Year 2000.


** Answering Viewer Questions – Deb Koma and I respond to our mail bag of questions!


** Show about our Favorites – Magic Kingdom and Epcot Counter Service, and the coasters of Disney World


and much much more…………

Here’s Your Chance to Check Out Our Top 5 Most Watched Episodes

#5 Epcot After Hours Wind Down

#4 Ft. Wilderness Little Known Facts

#3 Magic Kingdom Counter Service Dining

#2 Epcot Counter Service Dining

#1 THE Most Watched Episode of AllEarsNet TV in 2014:
Frozen Summer Fun

What Episode Was YOUR Favorite??

What would YOU like to see in 2015?! We welcome your ideas as we develop our show schedule for the upcoming year. Leave your comments below. On January 8, 2015 we will select on person at random who left a comment to receive an AllEars Prize Package! We must hear from you no later than January 15, 2015, to claim your prize.

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48 Replies to “AllEarsNet TV Shows in 2014”

  1. I would love to see a video on the new additions to Disney Springs (formerly Downtown Disney)and the new DVC units / changes to Grand Floridian and Poly.

  2. Hi Debs –
    For upcoming shows I’d like to see more of the “Little Known Facts” videos, review videos, and, if you can coax him out of sabbatical a few times, Jack Spence videos (I’m sure I’m not the only AllEars Fan missing his writings and videos). Keep up the great work!!
    – Jeff

  3. I loved the counter service videos, and I hope you do more of those. Thank you for doing these videos – they’re so informative. I’m looking forward to everything you do in 2015.

  4. I love the show!!! Keep up the great work! I would like to see a show about the Sorcerers of the Magic Kingdom. I still think many people don’t know about it. Anything you pick for 2015 will be great anyway.

    Jen Tremley

  5. Thank you so much for all the wonderful ideas you have for the videos
    I always enjoy everything you come up with
    Some other ideas might be to travel to all the kids stops in all the countries at Epcot and show kids enjoying those activities
    Also maybe a segment on the live entertainment at each of the countries
    People may have been on the rides many times but the live entertainment is usually different each time you go
    As well as the live entertainment all around the boardwalk area
    Happy 2015!

  6. I enjoy all of AllEars videos! Of the 5 most popular my favorite is the one on Ft. Wilderness for the little known facts it had to offer.

  7. Loved the hidden gems of Ft. Wilderness and the Epcot counter service videos. We were thoroughly surprised when we tried one of your picks in our visit last month–Tangierine Cafe is our new favorite!

    For 2015, rare/overlooked characters meet and greets.

  8. Would love to see a show geared toward the solo traveler to WDW. Maybe some tips and suggestions since sometimes traveling alone feels a bit strange since most things feel like they favor families.

  9. I’d love to see family reviews of anything – dining, rides, shows, resorts – where you get the viewpoint of each member: parents, toddlers, teens, etc. to see how things appeal (or not) across a range of people.

  10. We would appreciate more segments on Disney dining options, your preferences, and how the Disney dining plans work. Such information would help us in planning our visit. Thanks so much for all the shows and information you provide!

  11. Loved them all! Would like to see you explore the resorts–walking tours, room views that are best, little know facts or ‘stories’ of each.
    Thanks for your hard work in putting together for our enjoyment! <3 <3 <3

  12. I love all of the shows and information. I would like to see more tips and ideas about things to do at the resorts. Each time we visit we learn more and more from other guests. Thanks

  13. Thank you for all the great Disney information on your website. I was wondering if you could post more information and if possible, videos of the IllumiNations Cruises at Epcot. Thank you!!

  14. There are several things that would interest me. When I have visited Disney World, I find the talent of the young people to be amazing. The dancers in all the shows are wonderful. I don’t know if you could do it because they would be “out of character” but I think it would be interesting to see a day in the life of a show’s practices and training. The skills of the parade performers, etc. takes a lot of practice and skill I’m sure. Another topic that would be interesting to families with small children would be a review of the various restaurants offering character meals. We’ve participated in Crystal Palace and Garden Grill and Chef Mickey’s but on our next trip, may like to try something different with our (to be) 3 1/2 year old grandson. Thanks for all your do. Just makes the excitement build even more watching your episodes! Happy New Year!

  15. I would love to see an in depth look at one Star Wars weekend. There is so much going on and each weekend varies depending on the guests but to really give people a sense of a full day would be good. Get up early and wait in line for autographs, show everyone around Darth’s Maul, all the Star Wars character meet and greets and the characters that roam the park, the parade, the fireworks show, Jedi Training, the new character meals. There is so much to do, almost impossible to do in one day and to give a reader or viewer a sense of what goes on in a day and the enormity of the weekend would be such a good thing to visually see. Maybe just maybe grab an interview with one of the weekends guests.

  16. I love reading about your adventures in the parks and for 2015 it would be awesome to see more behind the scenes or “how it’s made” segments if that’s possible for you guys to do 🙂

  17. Hi Deb,
    I have been one of your loyal fans since you started allears and I encourage new WDW visitors to come here to find the very best updated information.
    Here are a few of my favorites:
    I love to hear about the history of the parks and their attractions.
    The suggestion of a Day in the life of a Disney cast member sounds great.
    I really liked the question/answer video.
    I know this is the impossible but if you could get Jack to make a guest appearance once in awhile that would be awesome.
    I know you and your staff work hard and the readers appreciate all you do to make a trip to WDW more enjoyable.
    Take care

  18. I’ve been searching the Internet for reviews of kids’ counter service meals. No luck, so I’d enjoy more info on that. In particular…
    1) which ones are the best for kids (tasty, well priced)?
    2) which ones are biggest–to possibly be used as adult meals?

  19. I have enjoyed all the videos! I would like to see videos each year on the special events like the food and wine festival and the flower and garden festival. I like to see all of the new things that are there.

  20. I’d love to see any of the following if it’s not too much trouble:
    1. Articles of international parks (I loved reading about your trips).
    2. Articles about the developing Pandora and AK in general.
    3. Any info on DHS additions regarding Pixar attractions.
    4. All info (including possible rumors) about the 2021 50th Disney World Anniversary.
    5. New WDW annual themes for the parks. Thank you.

  21. Hi Deb!

    I can’t pick just 1 favorite…they were All so good! You all do such a fine job covering everything that’s going on at WDW.
    Keep up the great “work” and hope to See Ya’ Real Soon!

  22. I would love a show about the different running events and expos that RunDisney offer! There are so many different tips that are needed for these that even the most veteran Disney lover doesn’t know. Love that you do these, they are so helpful and fun!!

  23. I Have enjoyed the show so much last year and always looking forward to seeing what the next episode showcases. You do such a great job exploring special events and various dining options etc, its fun and informative. Would also like to see maybe spread out throughout the year, are single episodes dedicated to each of the World Showcase pavilions at Epcot. Each one could cover details, entertainment offerings, design, dining, tidbits etc, and attractions for those that have them. Keep up the great work and Happy 2015 of episodes!

  24. Would love to see some ideas for those of us in our 20s & 30s to make the most of a trip on a budget without kids. Something from this perspective would really be helpful because while you do want to hit all the standards and favorites at each park, the ability to move a little faster, avoid certain attractions and focusing on hidden gems around the World that one may avoid with kids in tow would be greatly appreciated!

  25. I think it would be neat to see “A Day in the Life of a Disney Cast Member” Could be someone who waits tables, in a parade, or a CM in costume. And show the secret passages that the CMs use to get around the park.

    I would also like to hear about the history of some of the rides and attractions that have been at the park since the beginning.

  26. It would be cool to see your favorite features at the different Disney resorts. Perhaps your top picks in each category (Value, Moderate, Deluxe, and Deluxe Villa). Pictures of the food courts, pools, rooms, recreation, and “hidden Mickey’s” would be great to see!!

  27. #5Epcot After Hours Wind Down, really enjoyed all the footage.
    I would like to see maybe updates on projects that Disney is working on so footage of avatar land construction and interviews with people involved would be cool.

  28. Would like to see a video tour of the under ground facilities beneath Main Street at the Magic Kingdom

    DEB: Unfortunately no photography of any kind is allowed in “back stage” areas of Disney.

  29. I would like to see a video with a kid’s perspective. You know what it is like to be standing in a ride line, watching a parade or fireworks or looking at one of the characters in the park. This might help parents understand why kids are scared or overwhelmed while in the park.

    DEB: Great idea! We actually did a show on Carson’s Corner, a 8 year old. Here’s the link.

    We have a few more shows with Carson planned so he’ll be back.

  30. I really enjoyed all of the episodes but my two favorites were “Holiday Happenings and Frozen” I have been to WDW many times but never during the Christmas season. This year I was able to be in WDW in late November and really found the Holiday Happenings episode very helpful. It was also fun revisiting it after I returned.

    The question/answers episodes are a great idea and I hope they will be continued in the future.

  31. I would love to see a show about the best character meet and greets for boys and girls, and the best (least crowded) character locations.

  32. Great choice for the top 5! I know 2015 will be another great year for you ladies. I would like to see a show on the removal of the hat at Hollywood Studios and what that change means. Also while you cannot film on behind the scenes tours which ones are your fav’s?

  33. I would like to see more shows about dining options. Animal Kingdom and also resort dining options would be great. Also an update on Disney Springs would be helpful. Love the shows by the way.

  34. I really enjoy watching your shows! I know they take a lot of time not only in preparation and filming, but also editing – thanks for your time!

    I especially enjoy hearing about the history of attractions and how they came to be today.


  35. Personally I loved the Fort Wilderness show. So many people don’t know about this world away from the World on Disney property.
    But the show I keep going back to for reference is you show answering questions about the new fastpass+ system. Hands down, this is the best “how to” guide I have found for navigating this new procedure.

    DEB: Thanks so much Sheri! Glad you found it helpful!

  36. would like to see an interview with yehaabob, also all the up dates at the parks and a very Happy new year to team allears great job.

  37. So happy to hear you will continue these episodes this year…. I would love to see more videos on favorite quick service and sit down restaurants in the parks and hotels!!!

  38. I really enjoyed the 2 shows with Jack Spence. I loved the way he did his room with the pirate theme and I love going back in time. I also enjoy learning what you guys enjoy doing, eating, etc. Thanks for all your time. I really appreciate all of your work.

  39. Great job on all the shows! We love chrome casting them weekly to help get tips and our Disney fix.
    Happy healthy new year to one and all at all ears.
    The Gray Family