List of assets owned by the Walt Disney Company

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The Walt Disney Company

This is a list of assets currently or formerly owned by the Walt Disney Company, unless otherwise indicated.[1]

As of August 2023, Disney is organized into three main segments: Disney Entertainment which includes the company's film and TV assets as well as streaming; ESPN (including ESPN+); and Disney Experiences.[2]


Asset Purpose / Description Note
Disney Enterprises, Inc.[3][4][5] Copyright holder and trademark owner of Disney-branded intellectual property (IP).[6] Appears in litigation, court documents, and other venues worldwide to defend the rights of its IP against unauthorized use.
TWDC Enterprises 18 Corporation[10] Holding company founded to facilitate the acquisition of Capital Cities/ABC Inc.
  • Also a State of Delaware corporation,[11] it was the legal entity using the Walt Disney Company name from 1996 until 2019.
  • Initially known as DC Holdco, Inc., it adopted 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.[12]
Disney Worldwide Services, Inc. Shared corporate services.
Disney Financial Services, LLC[13] PTP Customer Service Inquiry
The Disney Children's Center, Inc. Child care center
D23 Official fan club Run by corporate marketing.
Earth Star, Inc. Corporate airline[14]
Grand Central Creative Campus (GC3) Secondary office location
Disney DTC, LLC[15] Former Direct-to-Consumer division.
  • Also a State of Delaware corporation,[16] incorporated on March 22, 2018.
  • Appears in Disney Terms of Use.[17]

Disney Entertainment[edit]

Walt Disney Studios[edit]

Film studios[edit]

Asset Subsidiary / Divisions Subdivisions
Walt Disney Pictures Disneynature
Walt Disney Animation Studios
Marvel Studios Marvel Music
Marvel Film Productions LLC
Marvel Studios Animation
MVL Development LLC
MVL Productions LLC
Lucasfilm Lucasfilm Animation
Industrial Light & Magic
**ILM San Francisco
**ILM Vancouver
**ILM London
**ILM Sydney
**ILM Mumbai
ILM Immersive
ILM StageCraft
ILM Technoprops
Lucasfilm Games
Lucas Licensing LucasBooks (licensed book publishing imprint)
Lucas Online
Lucasfilm Story Group
Skywalker Sound
20th Century Studios 20th Century Family
20th Century Animation
20th Century Games
20th Century Comics
Boom! Studios (minority stake)[18] Archaia Entertainment
Regency Enterprises (20%)[19] New Regency Productions (80%)
Searchlight Pictures Searchlight Television
Searchlight Shorts

Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures[edit]

Asset Subsidiary Note
Buena Vista International, Inc. Also known as Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures International for Disney-branded films.
Buena Vista Theatres, Inc.[20]
(basically) El Capitan Entertainment Centre
Disney Studio Store Disney's Soda Fountain and Studio Store, collocated with a

Ghirardelli Soda Fountain and Chocolate Shop in the El Capitan Building is next to the theater.

El Capitan Theatre
Hollywood Masonic Temple
Star Distribution, Inc. Patagonik Film Group Formerly Buena Vista International Latin America and Buena Vista International Brazil.

Disney Theatrical Group[edit]

Subsidiary Asset
Disney Theatrical Productions
Disney Live Family Entertainment Disney on Ice (licensed)
Disney Live (licensed)
Marvel Universe Live! (licensed)
Walt Disney Special Events Group[21]
Disney Theatrical Licensing
New Amsterdam Development Corp. New Amsterdam Theatre (long-term lease)
New Amsterdam Theatrical Productions, Inc.
Walt Disney Theatrical Worldwide, Inc.
Buena Vista Theatrical
Buena Vista Theatrical Ventures, Inc.[14]
Buena Vista Theatrical Merchandise, LLC

Disney Music Group[edit]

Asset Subsidiary Note
Disney Music Publishing Agarita Music[22]
Buena Vista Music Co.[22]
Falferious Music[22]
Five Hundred South Songs[22]
Fuzzy Muppet Songs
Holpic Music, Inc.[22]
Hollywood Pictures Music[22]
Pixar Music
Pixar Talking Pictures
Seven Peaks Music
Seven Summits Music[22]
Touchstone Pictures Music & Songs, Inc.[22]
Utapau Music
Mad Muppet Melodies
Marvel Comics Music
Walt Disney Music Company[22]
Wampa-Tauntaun Music
Wonderland Music Company[22]
Buena Vista Records Revived as a joint country label with Universal Music Group Nashville.[23]
Walt Disney Records
Hollywood Records
RMI Recordings A joint "digital-first" talent label with the founders of DigiTour Media
Disney Concerts[24]

Disney Studio Services[edit]

Asset Subsidiary Note
Disney Digital Studio Services - Studio Post Production[25][26]
Studio Production Services Walt Disney Studios (Burbank)
Golden Oak Ranch
Prospect Studios
KABC7 Studio B
Pinewood Studios Most of the studio is under a 10-year lease from Pinewood Group.[27]
Disney Studios Australia

Disney General Entertainment Content[edit]

List of units based on current organizational structure:[28]

Divisions Subdivisions
Disney Television Studios
Disney Television Group[28]
Hulu Originals
Disney Branded Television
FX, National Geographic and Onyx Collective[28] FX Networks
National Geographic Global Networks
Onyx Collective
ABC News
  • ABC Audio
  • ABC News Studios
  • Production units
    • George Stephanopoulos Productions
    • Robin Roberts-Led Unit
    • Rock 'n Robin Productions
Networks ABC Owned Television Stations

A&E Networks[edit]

50% equity holding; joint venture with Hearst Corporation

Asset Sub-units Note
A+E Networks International Blaze
A+E Networks Consumer Enterprises AlienCon Conventions, consumer products,
and live events
A+E Studios A&E Originals
A&E IndieFilms
A+E Films
45th & Dean
A+E Networks Digital Lively Place OTT channel
Lifetime Movie Club
History Vault
A+E Ventures[29] Propagate Content Equity partner[30]
Reel One Entertainment (35% stake) Owned with Newen[31]
Vice Media, Inc. (36% stake) Viceland
Vice TV
Philo (stake) Owned with AMC Networks, Paramount Global and Warner Bros. Discovery
A&E TV networks A&E
Crime & Investigation
History en Español
Military History
History TV18 (50% stake)
History Films
Six West Media
Lifetime Entertainment Services Lifetime
Lifetime Real Women
Lifetime Movie Club
Lifetime Radio for Women
Lifetime Press
Lifetime Digital Lifetime Games

Disney Streaming[edit]

Asset Subdivision Notes
Disney+ Star
Hulu Hulu Documentary Films [32]
Star+ Offered in Latin America until Q2 2024
Disney+ Hotstar[33]

Disney Platform Distribution[edit]

Asset Subdivisions Notes
Disney–ABC Domestic Television
Walt Disney Studios Home Entertainment 20th Century Home Entertainment Physical media distribution handled by Sony Pictures Home Entertainment in Canada and United States
Movies Anywhere

International Network Brands[edit]

Asset Notes
ABC Spark Licensed only; owned by Corus Entertainment
Cinecanal Offered in Latin America
Disney Channel
Disney Junior
Disney XD
Dlife Offered in Japan; formerly Fox
La Chaîne Disney Licensed only; owned by Corus Entertainment
National Geographic Global Networks 73% with National Geographic Society
Now Offered in Turkey; formerly Fox
Star Action
Star Channel
Star Comedy
Star Crime
Star Films
Star Life
Star Movies
Star Mundo Offered in Angola and Mozambique; formerly Mundo Fox
Star Series

The Walt Disney Company Europe, Middle East and Africa[edit]

The Walt Disney Company EMEA
Disney Co. Ltd.
Company typeDivision
Founded1954; 70 years ago (1954)
Headquarters3 Queen Caroline Street, Hammersmith,
London W6 9PE
United Kingdom
Area served
  • Europe
  • Middle East
  • Africa
Key people
  • Jan Koeppen (President)
ParentThe Walt Disney Company

The Walt Disney Company Europe, Middle East & Africa (doing business as The Walt Disney Company Limited) is the largest international division of the Walt Disney Company, serving the EMEA. Its headquarters are located at 3 Queen Caroline Street, Hammersmith, West London,[34] and have most of its locations, mostly in Europe.

The Walt Disney Company Europe, Middle East and Africa Asset Subsidiary Note
The Walt Disney Company CIS
The Walt Disney Company France
The Walt Disney Company (Germany; GmbH)
Disney Television (Germany), Inc.[14]
The Walt Disney Company Italy
The Walt Disney Company Limited (UK) Official Website
The Walt Disney Company Nordic
The Walt Disney Company Hungary Kft.
The Walt Disney Company Spain
Disney Televizyon Yayıncılık A.Ş
The Walt Disney Company Iberia S.L.
  • Sociedad Gestora de Television NET TV SA
The Walt Disney Company Portugal
Disney Channel (Spain) HD Joint venture with Vocento SA, Intereconomía Corporation SA[35]
Disney Channel (Spain)
Disney Channel Spanish +1

The Walt Disney Company Latin America[edit]

Asset Subsidiary Subdivisions Note
Radio Disney Latin America Radio Disney Latin America Stations Radio Disney Bolivia is a joint venture with Empresa de Comunicaciones del Oriente
Joint ventures Patagonik Film Group[36] Argentina
Rede Telecine Telecine Networks
* Megapix
* Telecine Action
* Telecine Cult
* Telecine Fun
* Telecine Pipoca
* Telecine Premium
* Telecine Touch
Brazil — co-owned with Globosat, Paramount Pictures, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer and Universal Studios

The Walt Disney Company Asia Pacific[edit]

Disney Networks Group Asia Pacific Asset Subsidiary Subdivisions / Channels
The Walt Disney Company (Southeast Asia) Pte. Ltd.
The Walt Disney Company (Taiwan) Ltd.
The Walt Disney Company India Disney Star Star TV Media Networks
Disney Channels
* Disney Channel
* Disney International HD
* Disney Junior
* Hungama TV
* Super Hungama
English Cluster
* Star Movies
* Star Movies Select
* National Geographic Channel
* Nat Geo Wild
* Fox Life
Star Sports Network
* Star Sports 1
* Star Sports 2
* Star Sports 3
* Star Sports Select 1
* Star Sports Select 2
* Star Sports 1 Hindi
* Star Sports 1 Tamil
* Star Sports 1 Telugu
* Star Sports 1 Kannada
* Star Sports 1 Bangla
* Star Sports 1 Marathi
* Star Sports First
Star Media Networks South
* Asianet
* Asianet Plus
* Asianet Movies
* Star Maa Network
* Star Maa
* Star Maa Movies
* Star Maa Gold
* Star Maa Music
Star Studios
Mashal Sports (74%) Pro Kabaddi league
Indian Super League (40%)[37]
Tata Play (30%) Tata Play Fiber

Disney Experiences[edit]

Disney Consumer Products[edit]

Disney Consumer Products, Inc. encompasses Disney Store, Disney Games, Disney Publishing, and Disney Licensing (including Disney Baby).

Disney retail[edit]

Asset Subsidiary Note
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[38]

Disney Direct Response Publishing, Inc.
Integrated Retail Consolidates all other North American retail channels
Disney Gift Card Services, Inc. The issuer of the Disney Gift Card

Disney games and interactive experiences[edit]

Asset Subsidiary Note
Disney Mobile Starwave Mobile[39]
Disney Canada Inc. Developer of Club Penguin and Club Penguin Island
Disney Electronic Content, Inc. Software and digital media publisher of The Walt Disney Company
Rocket Pack[40]
Marvel Games
Marvel New Media

DCPI content[edit]

Asset Subsidiary Note
DCPI content and media Advanced Media
Social media[41] and Micro Content
Disney Co/Op, custom content[41]
DCPI Labs team[42]

Disney Publishing Worldwide[edit]

Asset Subsidiary Note
Core Publishing[43] Disney Magazine Publishing, Inc.
Disney Libri
Disney Libros Spain
Disney Book Group
* Disney Comics

* Marvel Worldwide, Inc. **Marvel Comics ***Marvel Custom Solutions[44]

***Marvel Press

***Marvel Unlimited * Disney·Hyperion
**Rick Riordan Presents
* Disney·Jump at the Sun
* Disney Lucasfilm Press
* Disney Press
* Disney Editions

Disney Book Publishing, Inc.[45]
Digital Publishing - Disney Book Apps
Disney Learning Disney Educational Productions
Disney English
Disney Imagicademy
NG Media National Geographic Magazines
National Geographic Books National Geographic Kids Books
* Under the Stars fiction imprint
National Geographic Maps

Parks and resorts[edit]

Asset Subsidiary Note
Disney parks merchandising World of Disney Retail stores
Magic of Disney Orlando airport store[46]
Walt Disney Imagineering Research & Development, Inc. Disney Live Entertainment
Disney Research China[47]
The Muppets Studio[48]
Disney Destinations, LLC[49][50]
Disney Sports Enterprises ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex
Disney's Fairy Tale Weddings & Honeymoons
Disney's Yellow Shoes Creative Group[51] Internal advertising agency for Disney Parks, Experiences & Products.[52]
Partners Federal Credit Union Federally chartered credit union. The not-for-profit financial cooperative offers membership to employees and cast members of The Walt Disney Company and their family members.

Disneyland Resort[edit]

Disneyland Resort
(Disneyland, Inc.)
Asset type Asset Note
Theme parks Disneyland 1955
Disney California Adventure 2001
Shopping complex Downtown Disney
Resorts Disneyland Hotel (WCO Hotels, Inc.)
Disney's Grand Californian Hotel & Spa
Disney's Pixar Place Hotel 2024 retheme

Walt Disney World Resort[edit]

Lake Buena Vista, Florida, United States[14]

Walt Disney World Resort
(Walt Disney World Company)
Asset type / District Asset Subsidiary Note
Theme parks Magic Kingdom 1971
Epcot 1982
Disney's Hollywood Studios 1989
Disney's Animal Kingdom 1998
Water parks Disney's Blizzard Beach 1995
Disney's Typhoon Lagoon 1989
Landholding companies Compass Rose Corporation
Walt Disney Travel Company[45]
Walt Disney World Hospitality and Recreation Corporation
Central Florida Tourism Oversight District (formerly Reedy Creek Improvement District) Reedy Creek Energy Services
Bay Lake, Florida
Lake Buena Vista, Florida
Other attractions/features Disney's BoardWalk
Disney Springs 1975; 2015 retheme
Seven Seas Lagoon
Bay Lake
Transportation and Ticket Center
Disney Transport Walt Disney World Monorail System
Resorts Disney's Animal Kingdom Lodge Disney's Animal Kingdom Villas
Disney's Beach Club Resort Disney's Beach Club Villas
Disney's BoardWalk Inn Disney's BoardWalk Villas
Disney's Contemporary Resort Bay Lake Tower at Disney's Contemporary Resort
Disney's Grand Floridian Resort & Spa The Villas at Disney's Grand Floridian Resort & Spa
Disney's Wedding Pavilion
Disney's Polynesian Village Resort Disney's Polynesian Villas & Bungalows
Disney's Wilderness Lodge Boulder Ridge Villas at Disney's Wilderness Lodge
Copper Creek Villas & Cabins at Disney's Wilderness Lodge
Disney's Yacht Club Resort
Disney's Caribbean Beach Resort
Disney's Coronado Springs Resort
Disney's Port Orleans Resort - French Quarter
Disney's Port Orleans Resort - Riverside
Disney's All-Star Movies Resort
Disney's All-Star Music Resort
Disney's All-Star Sports Resort
Disney's Art of Animation Resort
Disney's Pop Century Resort
Disney's Old Key West Resort
Disney's Saratoga Springs Resort & Spa
Disney's Fort Wilderness Resort & Campground

Disney Parks International[edit]

Disneyland International, oversees Disney's interest in Tokyo Disney Resort.[53] The WDC has taken full ownership of Euro Disneyland, opened on April 12, 1992, as the Euro Disney Resort, located in Marne-la-Vallée, near Paris, France. Disney owns 48% of Hong Kong International Theme Parks, while the Government of Hong Kong owns 52% of the shares.

Disneyland Paris
Euro Disney Investments, Inc. Asset Subsidiary Subdivision Note
Euro Disney S.A.S. Euro Disney S.C.A. 100% Disney owned
Euro Disney Associés
EDL Hotels SCA
Euro Disney Investment SAS Owning 9%, and general partner of Euro Disney Associés
Centre de Congrès Newport S.A.S Newport Bay Club Convention Centre Convention Centre leased to EDL Hôtels S.C.A.
EDL Holding Co.
(99.9% owned by Disney)
Euro Disney S.C.A. Euro Disney Commandité SAS.
* Euro Disney Associés SCA
** EDL Hôtels SCA
* EDL Services SAS
** Disneyland Hotel
** Disney Hotel New York — The Art of Marvel
** Disney Newport Bay Club
** Disney Sequoia Lodge
** Disney Hotel Cheyenne
** Disney Hotel Santa Fe
** Disney Davy Crockett Ranch
** Disney Village
** Golf Disneyland
Euro Disney S.C.A.: used to have 2% owned by public shareholders, directly owns 82% of Euro Disney Associés before 13 June 2017, since then it is a wholly owned subsidiary
Euro Disney Associés S.C.A.: operating company of Disney Paris.
EDL Hôtels S.C.A.: owns the Phase IB land and operates the hotels
Euro Disney Commandité S.A.S.: a general partner of Euro Disney Associés
EDL Services SAS: manages Phase IB Financing Companies, owners of the various hotels and Disney Village
Euro Disneyland Participations S.A.S. Euro Disneyland Park S.N.C. (17%) Disneyland Park (Paris) Opened as Euro Disneyland, 1992
Walt Disney Studios 2002
Hongkong International Theme Parks (HKITP)
Asset Subsidiary Note
Hong Kong Disneyland Resort
(Penny's Bay, Lantau Island, Hong Kong)
Hong Kong Disneyland 2005
Inspiration Lake Government owned but managed by the HKITP
Hong Kong Disneyland Hotel
Disney's Hollywood Hotel
Disney Explorers Lodge 2017
Hong Kong Disneyland Management Limited Owned 100% by Disney and manages the park
Shanghai Disney Resort
Asset Subsidiary Notes
Shanghai International Theme Park Company Limited Shanghai Disneyland Park Shanghai International: 43% by Disney, 57% by Shanghai Shendi Group, who own the theme parks within the resort.
Shanghai International Theme Park Associated Facilities Company Limited 43% by Disney, 57% by Shanghai Shendi Group, who own the associated facilities within the resort
Shanghai International Theme Park and Resort Management Company Limited 70% by Disney, 30% by Shanghai Shendi Group, who manages the resort as a whole as well as the project to develop it.

Disney Signature Experiences[edit]

Asset Subsidiary Notes
Adventures by Disney
National Geographic Expeditions
Disney Cruise Line Disney Magic Ships
Disney Wonder
Disney Dream
Disney Fantasy
Disney Wish
Disney Treasure
Disney Adventure
Castaway Cay (1998) Ports
Lookout Cay at Lighthouse Point (2024)
Port Canaveral, Florida
Port Everglades, Florida
Disney Vacation Club Management Corp. Disney's Vero Beach Resort Resort located in Vero Beach, Florida
Disney's Hilton Head Island Resort Resort located in Hilton Head Island, South Carolina
Aulani Resort located in Kapolei, Hawaii
Hotels at the major resorts are involved and are listed under their respective resorts, see Disney Vacation Club article
Golden Oak Realty Golden Oak at Walt Disney World Resort
Storyliving by Disney Disney Living Development, Inc. (previously Disney Vacation Development, Inc.[54]) Cotino, in Rancho Mirage, California, is the first planned Storyliving by Disney development.

ESPN Inc.[edit]

80% equity holding; 20% owned by Hearst Corporation[55][56]

Shared services[edit]

These are services shared between Disney Entertainment and ESPN segments[60]


Property holding companies[edit]

  • Carousel Holdings EAT LLC, Carousel Inn & Suites, Anaheim, California[69]
  • 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.[14]
  • 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.[14]


  • 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[70]

Venture capital[edit]

Steamboat Ventures: ownership positions not revealed

  • Baynote
  • Chukong Technologies
  • EdgeCast
  • Elemental Technologies
  • EMN8
  • Fanzter, Inc.
  • Fastclick
  • FreeWheel
  • GameSalad
  • GoPro
  • Greystripe
  • Kapow Software
  • MediaBank
  • MerchantCircle
  • Passenger
  • Photobucket
  • RazorGator
  • Vobile
  • VoodooVox
  • Zettics[71]

Chinese holdings[edit]

  • 51Fanli
  • Bokecc
  • Cocoa China
  • Gridsum Technology
  • Netmovie[72]
  • Shangpin
  • Troodon
  • UUSee
  • Yoyi Media
  • YY[73]


  • 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 Media Ventures, Inc.
  • Disney Research
  • 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.
  • Palm Hospitality Co.
    • Plymouth Productions
    • PNLH Payroll Inc.
    • RCE Services, Inc.
    • Stakeout Two Productions, Inc.
    • Supercomm International, Inc.
    • Swing Kids Productions, Inc.
    • The Inn Corp.
    • The Quiz Show Co.[14]
    • 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.

    Partial assets[edit]

    • Inspector Gadget – Disney formerly owned the franchise as a whole during their limited partnership of DIC Entertainment from 1996 from 2000, before they sold DIC back to Andy Heyward. Disney also held international distribution to the original series outside North America through Jetix Europe after their acquisition of Fox Family Worldwide in 2001, before selling it, alongside 20 other DIC-owned programmes back to DIC in March 2006. Disney continues to hold the live-action film rights to the franchise through Walt Disney Pictures.
    • Talking Friends – Franchise holder Outfit7 Entertainment signed an exclusive deal with Disney in 2012 that allowed the company to produce and distribute certain media for the franchise. Among the media created as part of the limited license included a web-series from Disney Interactive, two songs from Walt Disney Records, a Disney Create - Photo Mashup game that was available on, as well as a concert event featuring Radio Disney DJs to promote the Talking Friends Superstars toyline. The deal, however, did not include the original apps, characters, nor merchandising rights.

    Former assets[edit]


    Venture capital holdings sold[edit]

    • sold to Renren in September 2011
    • 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: acquired by Cisco 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[71]
    • Youxigu: Steamboat sold its stake to Tencent Holdings Ltd. in March 2010[73]

    Dormant or shuttered[edit]

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

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