Imagine the breathless quarterback talking to the sportscaster down on the playing field just after the end of the Super Bowl.
Sportscaster: “So what are you going to do now that you’ve just won the biggest game of your life?”
QB: “I’m going to Disneyland!”
One may expect to hear that refrain from Silicon Valley CEOs for the next two years after Disney spilled word of a new group designed to buy startups to TechCrunch.
TC reports that the group will likely buy more than 20 startups in the next 24 months.
That’ll be a real boon to VCs that are becoming increasingly interested in the entertainment space. Movie, music and recreational software startups collected $792 million from VCs during 2007, according to Thomson Financial (publisher of PEHub.com).