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List of assets owned by The Walt Disney Company

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The following is a list of assets owned and operated by The Walt Disney Company, unless otherwise indicated.[1]

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Corporate

  • Disney Enterprises, Inc.,[2] (State of Delaware corporation)[3] is the copyright holder and trademark owner of Disney-branded intellectual property and other Disney branded IP.[4] Appears in litigation, court documents and other venues worldwide where it defends the rights of its IP against unauthorized use. Formed as a reincorporation in Delaware State of the former Disney Productions on February 11, 1987,[5] Disney Enterprises was given its current name on February 9, 1996, as a consequence of the completion of the merger between The Walt Disney Company and Capital Cities/ABC Inc.[6] In published SEC filings pertaining to The Walt Disney Company (DIS), prior to February 9 1996, Disney Enterprises, Inc. (DIE) appears in its stead to avoid confusion, since a holding company (DC Holdco, Inc.) was created to carry the DIS branding after the merger.[6]
  • TWDC Enterprises 18 Corporation, initially known as DC Holdco, Inc., is a holding company founded to facilitate the acquisition of Capital Cities/ABC Inc.. This was the legal entity using The Walt Disney Company name from 1996 until 2019. It adopts its current name on March 20, 2019 upon completion of Disney's acquisition of 21st Century Fox and it became a wholly owned subsidiary of TWDC Holdco 613 Corporation, which now carries "The Walt Disney Company" name.[7]
  • Disney Worldwide Services, Inc., shared corporate services
  • The Disney Children's Center, Inc., child care center
  • D23, fan club run by corporate marketing
  • Earth Star, Inc., corporate airline[8]
  • Synergy Group[8]
  • Grand Central Creative Campus (GC3) secondary office location

Walt Disney Studios

Live Action

Animation

Marvel Studios

Lucasfilm

20th Century Fox

Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures

  • Buena Vista International
    • Walt Disney Studios Sony Pictures Releasing, joint venture with Sony Pictures Releasing International in 15 countries (as of 12/2006) Mexico, Brazil, Thailand, Singapore, Philippines, Russia[13]
  • Buena Vista Theatres, Inc.[14]
  • Walt Disney Studios Marketing
  • Worldwide Special Events

Disney Music Group

Disney Theatrical Group


Disney Studio Services

Sources[19][20]

Disney Media Networks

Walt Disney Television

ESPN Inc.

80% equity holding; 20% owned by Hearst Corporation[24]

A&E Networks

50% equity holding; Joint venture with Hearst Corporation

Disney Parks, Experiences and Products

Disney Retail

  • Disney Store Worldwide, Inc.
    • Disney Store North America
    • Disney Store Europe
    • Disney Store Japan
    • Disney Shopping, Inc. (formerly Disney Direct Marketing Services, Inc.) catalog and direct marketing channels[28] Catalog
  • Disney Direct Response Publishing, Inc.
  • Integrated Retail, consolidates all other North American retail channels

Disney Games and Interactive Experiences

DCPI Content

Disney Publishing Worldwide

  • Core Publishing[34]
    • Disney Magazine Publishing, Inc.
    • Disney Libri
    • Disney Libros (Spain)
    • Disney Book Group (Disney Book Publishing, Inc.[8])
      • Disney·Hyperion
      • Disney·Jump at the Sun
      • Disney Press
      • Disney Editions
  • Digital Publishing - Disney Book Apps
  • Disney Learning

Parks and resorts

Disneyland Resort

(Disneyland, Inc.)

Walt Disney World Resort

Walt Disney World Company, Lake Buena Vista, Florida, United States[8]

Disney Parks International

Disneyland Paris

The WDC has taken full ownership of Euro Disneyland. Opened on 12 April 1992 as the Euro Disney Resort. Located in Marne-la-Vallée, France

Hong Kong International Theme Parks

Disney owns 48% and the Government of Hong Kong owns 52% of the shares

Shanghai Disney Resort
  • Shanghai International Theme Park Company Limited: 43% owned by Disney, 57% owned by Shanghai Shendi Group: owner company for theme parks within the resort
  • Shanghai International Theme Park Associated Facilities Company Limited: 43% owned by Disney, 57% owned by Shanghai Shendi Group—owner company for associated facilities within the resort
  • Shanghai International Theme Park and Resort Management Company Limited: 70% owned by Disney, 30% owned by Shanghai Shendi Group—manages the resort as a whole as well as the project to develop it

Disney Signature Experiences

FoxNext

Walt Disney Direct-to-Consumer & International

Streaming Services

Distribution

International Networks

The Walt Disney Company Latin America


The Walt Disney Company Asia Pacific

The Walt Disney Company India

Germany

  • The Walt Disney Company (Germany) GmbH
  • Disney Television (Germany), Inc.[8]
  • RTL Disney TV Limited Partnership (RTL Disney Fernsehen GmbH & Co. KG) a 50% joint venture of TWDC with RTL Group
    • Kividoo, a subscription video-on-demand (SVOD) service[50]
    • Scoyo learning platform
    • Super RTL network, Germany
    • Toggolino Club
    • Toggo Plus network (June 4, 2016)
  • Tele-Munich Television Media Participation Limited Partnership (Tele-Müchen Fernseh-GMBH & Co. Medienbeteiligung KG)[51] joint venture
    • ATV Private Limited Partnership (ATV PrivatFernseh-GMBH)
      • ATV2 channel, Austria
    • RTL 2 Limited Partnership (RTL 2 FERNSEHEN GMBH & CO. kg)
      • RTL II channel, Germany
      • RTL II HD channel, Germany
    • RTL 2 Austria
    • TM-TV GMBH
      • Tele 5 (Germany)
      • Tele 5 HD (Germany)
      • Tele 5 (Austria)


Endemol Shine Group

50% equity holding. A joint venture with Apollo Global Management (pending sale to Banijay Group)

  • B&B Endemol Shine (Switzerland)
  • children production - co-venture with Teletubbies and In The Night Garden co-creator Andrew Davenport[63]
  • Endemol Shine Asia
  • Endemol Shine Belgium
  • EndemolShine Beyond
  • Endemol Shine Brasil
  • EndemolShine China[64]
  • Endemol Shine France
  • EndemolShine India (joint venture with CA Media)
  • EndemolShine Iberia[65]
    • Gestmusic
    • Zeppelin TV
    • Diagonal TV
    • Tuiwok Estudios
    • Telegenia
    • Shine Iberia
    • Endemol Portugal
  • Endemol Shine Israel
  • EndemolShine Italy[66]
    • YAM112003
  • EndemolShine Middle East[67]
  • EndemolShine Nederland[66]
    • NL Film & TV
    • Simpel Media
  • Endemol Shine Polska
  • Shine 360°- licensing division, commercialization of properties belonging to the group
  • Shine Digital – digital media
  • Shine International - international sales and distribution arm
  • Shine Network - unscripted formats division
  • Shine TV
  • WeiT Media (Russia)[68]

The Walt Disney Company Iberia S.L.

Sociedad Gestora de Television NET TV SA, joint venture with Vocento SA, Intereconomía Corporation SA[69]

Marvel Entertainment

  • Cover Concepts, Inc.
  • Marvel Characters, Inc.
  • Marvel New Media
  • Marvel Entertainment International Limited (United Kingdom)
  • Marvel Internet Productions LLC (Delaware)
  • Marvel Property, Inc. (Delaware)
  • Marvel International Character Holdings LLC (Delaware)
  • MVL Development LLC (Delaware)
  • MRV, Inc. (Delaware)
  • Marvel Games

Others

Property holding companies

  • Carousel Holdings EAT LLC, Carousel Inn & Suites, Anaheim, California[73]
  • Axman Realty Corp.
  • Boss Realty, Inc.
  • Commercial Apartment Properties, Inc.
  • The Celebration Co.
  • Disney Keystone Properties, Inc.
  • Disney Realty, Inc.
  • Dutchman Realty, Inc.
  • The Dolphin Hotel, Inc.
  • Homestead Homes, Inc.
  • The Little Lake Bryan Co.
  • Maple Leaf Commercial Properties, Inc.
  • The Swan Hotel, Inc.
  • Walt Disney Properties Corp.[8]
  • Buena Vista Street, Burbank CA
    • Pine Woods Properties, Inc.
    • Holmes Houses, Inc.
    • Key Bridge Properties, Inc.
  • Florida properties
    • Lake Bryan, Inc.
    • Madeira Land Co., Inc.
    • Magnolia Creek Development Co.[8]

Financial

  • Arvida Disney Financial Services Inc.
    • Arvida Real Estate Capital Inc., a commercial real estate investment banking subsidiary to arrange financing for commercial, industrial and retail projects[74]

Venture capital

Steamboat Ventures: ownership positions not revealed

  • Kapow Software
  • MediaBank
  • MerchantCircle
  • Passenger
  • Photobucket
  • RazorGator
  • Vobile
  • VoodooVox
  • Zettics[75]

Chinese holdings

  • 51Fanli
  • Bokecc
  • Cocoa China
  • Gridsum Technology
  • Netmovie[76]
  • Shangpin
  • Troodon
  • UUSee
  • Yoyi Media
  • YY[77]

Unsorted

  • 2139 Empire Avenue Corp.
  • Alameda Payroll, Inc.
  • Andes Productions, Inc.
  • Animation Collectors, Inc.
  • BVHV Services
  • Before & After Productions, Inc.
  • Berl Holding Co.
  • Billy B. Productions, Inc.
  • Blue Note Management Corp.
  • Buena Vista Catalog Co.
  • Buena Vista Laboratories, Inc.
  • Buena Vista Trading Co.
  • C.A. Productions, Inc.
  • DCSR, Inc.
  • Devonson Corp.
  • Disney Art Editions, Inc.
  • Disney Computer Magazine Group, Inc.
  • Disney Interfinance Corp.
  • Disney International Employment Services, Inc.
  • Disney Media Ventures, Inc.
  • Disney Special Programs, Inc.
  • Disney, Inc.
  • ERS Investment Ltd.
  • Entertainment Development, Inc.
  • Film Brothers Property Corp.
  • From Time to Time Inc.
  • Hardware Distribution, Inc.
  • Heavy Weight, Inc.
  • Hodi Investments, Inc.
  • Hughes Flying Boat Corp.
  • IJR, Inc.(inactive)
  • Indian Warrior Productions, Inc.
  • J.B. Productions, Inc.
  • Kelly Management, Inc.
  • LBV Services, Inc.
  • Merriweather Productions, Inc. (inactive)
  • Montrose Corp.
  • One For All Productions, Inc.
  • PNLH Payroll Inc.
  • Palm Hospitality Co.
  • Plymouth Productions
  • RCE Services, Inc.
  • Stakeout Two Productions, Inc.
  • Supercomm International, Inc.
  • Swing Kids Productions, Inc.
  • The Inn Corp.
  • The Quiz Show Co.[8]
  • Theme Park Productions, Inc.
  • Toon Town, Inc.
  • Voice Quality Coordination, Inc.
  • WCO Leisure, Inc.
  • WCO Parent Corp.
  • WCO Port Management Corp.
  • WCO Port Properties, Ltd.
  • WCO Vacationland, Inc.
  • WDT Services, Inc.
  • WDW Services, Inc.
  • Wanderlust Productions, Inc.

Content libraries

Former assets

Sold

Venture capital holdings sold

  • Iridigm Display Corporation: acquired by Qualcomm, Inc., September, 2004
  • Kyte: acquired by KIT Digital, January 2011
  • Move Networks: December 2010 acquisition of EchoStar
  • PopularMedia: acquired by StrongMail, June 2009
  • Pure Digital Technologies: Cisco acquisition in May 2009
  • Quigo: acquired by AOL December 2007
  • Rosum: sold to TruePosition in December 2010
  • Scrapblog: sold to Mixbook December 2010
  • Sometrics: acquired by American Express, September 2011[75]
  • 56.com: sold to Renren in September, 2011
  • Youxigu: Steamboat sold its stake to Tencent Holdings Ltd. in March 2010[77]

Dormant or shuttered Disney businesses

The following companies are subsidiaries of Disney that either are no longer active or have been absorbed into another part of the company.

See also

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