The Walt Disney Company will license Microsoft’s Windows Media digital rights management (DRM) technology for Disney content on mobile phones, personal digital assistants, and future portable media players, reports Gary Gentile of the Associated Press. “Just as the iPod has changed the way people record, store and play back digital music, personal media players will create new opportunities for people to record, store and play back their video,” said Peter Murphy, chief strategic officer at Disney, in the story. “We don’t want to be behind the curve.”