Currently, the only form of advertising on Disney Channel is heavily curated sponsorships produced by the Network itself, rather than traditional ad buy-ins. These are becoming more and more common in Disney Channel breaks. It begs the question, what's the point in doing this anymore? If Disney Channel is going to let other companies advertise their stuff on the channel, you might as well become fully ad supported at that point. It's strange because Disney Channel is the only Disney network aside from Junior (who at least has an excuse, since they're a preschool network) that isn't traditionally ad-supported. Maybe Disney wants complete control over how products are advertised on Disney Channel, which would make sense, as Disney is known for keeping a tight leash on it's products.