This is a
list of assets currently or formerly owned by , unless otherwise indicated. The Walt Disney Company
Purpose / Description
Disney Enterprises, Inc.
Copyright holder and trademark owner of Disney-branded intellectual property (IP). Appears in  litigation, court documents, and other venues worldwide to defend the rights of its IP against unauthorized use.
TWDC Enterprises 18 Corporation
Holding company founded to facilitate the acquisition of Capital Cities/ABC Inc.
Also a State of Delaware corporation,
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. 
Disney Worldwide Services, Inc.
The Disney Children's Center, Inc.
Child care center
Run by corporate marketing.
Earth Star, Inc.
 Management company
Grand Central Creative Campus (GC3)
Secondary office location
Disney Parks, Experiences and Products
FoxNext - VR games studios & theme parks
Disney Consumer Products
Disney Consumer Products, Inc. encompasses Disney Store, Disney Games, Disney Publishing, and
Disney Licensing (including Disney Baby).
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
Disney Direct Response Publishing, Inc.
Consolidates all other North American retail channels
Disney Games and Interactive Experiences
DCPI Content & Media
and  Micro Content
Disney Co/Op, custom content
DCPI Labs Team
Disney Publishing Worldwide
 Disney Magazine Publishing, Inc.
Disney Book Group
Disney·Jump at the Sun
Disney Editions Disney Book Publishing, Inc.
Digital Publishing - Disney Book Apps
Disney Educational Productions
National Geographic Magazines
National Geographic Books
National Geographic Kids Books
Under the Stars fiction imprint
Parks and resorts
Walt Disney World Resort
Lake Buena Vista, Florida, United States
Disney Parks International
Disneyland International, oversees Disney's interest in
Tokyo Disney Resort. 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
Shanghai Disney Resort
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
Disney Studio Services
Disney General Entertainment Content
50% equity holding; joint venture with
80% equity holding; 20% owned by Hearst Corporation
Disney Media and Entertainment Distribution
Advertising and Distribution
Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures
The Walt Disney Company Europe, Middle East and Africa
The Walt Disney Company (Germany; GmbH)
Disney Television (Germany), Inc.
The Walt Disney Company Iberia S.L.
The Walt Disney Company Latin America
The Walt Disney Company Asia Pacific
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 Toys Limited (Hong Kong)
MVL International C.V. (The Netherlands)
Marvel Characters B.V. (The Netherlands)
Marvel Worldwide, Inc.
Marvel Toys Marvel Universe
Marvel Toys Limited (Hong Kong)
Property holding companies
Carousel Holdings EAT LLC, Carousel Inn & Suites, Anaheim, California
 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.
 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. 
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 
Steamboat Ventures: ownership positions not revealed
Chukong Technologies EdgeCast
2139 Empire Avenue Corp.
Alameda Payroll, Inc.
Andes Productions, Inc.
Animation Collectors, Inc.
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.
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.
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.
Indian Warrior Productions, Inc.
J.B. Productions, Inc.
Kelly Management, Inc.
LBV Services, Inc.
Merriweather Productions, Inc. (inactive)
One For All Productions, Inc.
Palm Hospitality Co.
PNLH Payroll Inc.
RCE Services, Inc.
Stakeout Two Productions, Inc.
Supercomm International, Inc.
Swing Kids Productions, Inc.
The Inn Corp.
The Quiz Show Co.
 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.
ABC Radio Networks, a radio network, along with ABC's non-radio Disney and ESPN stations sold to
Citadel Broadcasting with the network renamed as Citadel Media, and later sold to Cumulus Media and renamed as Cumulus Media Networks before being merged into Westwood One.
Baby Einstein: Acquired by Kids II, Inc.
Bass Anglers Sportsman Society Childcraft Education Corp., maker of children's furniture and equipment, retail stores
and sold to U.S. Office Products Co. in 1997 
 Childcraft, Inc.: catalog company
DIC Entertainment - Became re-independent in 2000
E!: part owner
Endemol Shine Group (50%) - acquired by Banijay Group  FoxNext Games - sold to
 FoxNext Games LA studio
 Cold Iron Studios
Fox Sports Networks - sold to Sinclair Broadcast Group and Entertainment Studios
 Fusion Media Network, LLC,
Fusion cable channel joint venture with Univision Communications, sold off the remaining 50% to Univision.
GMTV: part owner; Sold to ITV plc and renamed ITV Breakfast Limited in 2009.
Hyperion Books: sold to Hachette
KCAL-TV: Sold to Young Broadcasting, now owned by CBS Television Stations.
Miramax Films: Sold to Filmyard Holdings in 2010
Oxygen Media: part owner 
Power Rangers - Sold back to Haim Saban in 2010 alongside other shows related to it
Radio Disney Group, sold off individual stations RTL Disney Fernsehen GmbH & Co KG (50/50 joint-venture with
RTL Group) - Stake purchased out in March 2021
TrueX: Sold to Gimbal, Inc. in 2020.  Walt Disney Studios Sony Pictures Releasing de México: Stake sold to
Sony Pictures Releasing.
WJRT-TV, sold to Lily Broadcasting with WTVG WTVG 
Venture capital holdings sold
56.com: 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:
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  Youxigu: Steamboat sold its stake to Tencent Holdings Ltd. in March 2010 
Dormant or shuttered
The following companies are subsidiaries of Disney that either is no longer active or have been absorbed into another part of the company.
ABC Kids: Replaced by Litton's Weekend Adventure.
Americast: Telephone digital TV joint venture
Anaheim Sports, Inc.: Formerly Disney Sports Enterprises, Inc.
Arena Football League: ESPN bought a minority share of the league in December 2006; the league ceased operations in July 2009. The AFL was revived in 2010, but is a separate legal entity from the original, with no Disney ownership.
Avalanche Software: Closed in May 2016 and re-opened and acquired by Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment in January 2017.
Black Rock Studio
Blip Networks, Inc.: Acquired by Maker Studios (Now Disney Digital Network) in August 2013,. Shut down in August 2015.  
Blue Sky Studios - closed in April 2021. Bonnie View Productions, Ltd.:
Production company for "Crusaders", a syndicated news magazine show  Buena Vista Visual Effects
Cal Publishing: Cal Publishing was a subsidiary created by Disney to acquire the assets of
CrossGen. After the acquisition, both companies were folded into Disney Publishing Worldwide. Disney subsidiary Marvel Comics has since announced that it will revive CrossGen as an imprint. Canasa Trading Corp.
Caravan Pictures  Disney
Circle 7 Animation
- Closed on March 30, 2017 Club Penguin
- Closed on December 20, 2018 Club Penguin Island
Club Disney: Creation of Disney Regional Entertainment, Club Disney had 5 locations built in the U.S. All 5 locations were closed in November 1999.
Walt Disney Feature Animation Florida, Inc. 
Disney Interactive Studios
Disney Development Company: Construct arm 
Disney Regional Entertainment: Ran Disney Quest and the ESPN Zone Restaurant/entertainment chains. The division was closed in June 2010. Two ESPN Zones remain operating, but now as local franchises. DisneyLife, streaming service which offered some Disney branded content to subscriber's outside the US before Disney Plus.
 Disney TeleVentures, Inc.:
Americast telco venture programming and technical support 
Disney Television and Telecommunications, division group (not to be confused with Walt Disney Television production division) eliminated after Disney-CC/ABC merger 
Dream Quest Images: Merged with Disney Features Animation computer group to form The Secret Lab DreamWorks II Distribution Co. LLC, film rights acquired from
DreamWorks and Reliance.  
DreamWorks Television (1994-2002): Joint venture of CC/ABC with DreamWorks which was dissolved at the end of the seven-year agreement 
Dlife - Closed in 2019 
ESPN The Magazine Faded Denim Productions Ltd.: Defunct production company
Fall Line Studios Fidelity Television, Inc.: owned
Fogbank Entertainment - shuttered in 2020
Fox 2000 Pictures Fox Consumer Products - Closed in 2020
Fox Research Library
Fox-Paramount Home Entertainment (A nordic joint venture with
Paramount Home Entertainment) - Closed in 2019 Fox Pathé Europa (French joint venture with
Pathé and EuropaCorp)
Fox VFX Lab - Closed in 2019
Fox Music - Merged with Hollywood Records in 2020
Harvest Groves, Inc.: Merged Hollywood Basic: Sub-label of
Hollywood Records that released rap music (including music by DJ Shadow and Organized Konfusion). The label was discontinued in the mid-1990s.
Hollywood Pictures: Film label of The Walt Disney Studios created in 1989 and shuttered in 2007. Hollywood Pictures Music: Label of Disney Music Publishing that distributed songs from Hollywood Pictures' titles.
ImageMovers Digital: Closed in 2011 after the abysmal opening of . Mars Needs Moms
Infoseek Corporation: Acquired by Disney in 1998 and merged into Disney's GO Network. The Infoseek name is no longer in use.
Jumbo Pictures: Acquired by Disney in 1996, Jumbo Pictures produced , Doug , and 101 Dalmatians: The Series for Disney. The company was folded into PB&J Otter Walt Disney Television Animation.
Jetix Europe, N.V., formerly Fox Kids Europe: 73% acquired with FOX/ABC Family Worldwide, Inc. & held by BVS International, N.V.; full owner in 2009, ran 13 Jetix channels
GXT: Italian channel for older teens sold in the management buy out of Jetix Italy. Closed in late 2014
K-2: Syndicated Italian block also sold in the management buy-out of Jetix Italy. Jetix Consumer Products
Jetix España S.L.: Joint venture with Sogecable S.A. to operate Jetix Spain
Jetix Poland Limited: With minority owner, a subsidiary of United Pan-Europe Communications N.V.
TV10 B.V.: Joint venture with SBS Broadcasting B.V. to services the Dutch channel
Jetix Animation Concepts: Folded into Walt Disney Television Animation in 2009.
Junction Point Studios Kingdom Comics:
The Kingdom Comics unit's creatives/executives moved its deal to an independent Monsterfoot Production.  
Lake Buena Vista Communities, Inc.
Lyric Street Records: Record label specializing in country music
Mammoth Records: Independent record label acquired by Disney in 1997
MLG Productions 1 – MLG Productions 8: (Marvel's joint venture with Lionsgate) operationally defunct as the agreed-upon number of DTV movies were finished
Pixar Canada: Opened in 2010, Closed in 2013.  
Propaganda Games: Shuttered in January 2011 after the development of was completed. Tron: Evolution Radio Disney Networks
Ranch and Grove Holding Corp.: Merged Revelmode: Sub-network of Maker Studios (Now Disney Digital Network).
Shut down after  PewDiePie was dropped because of anti-semitic jokes made on his channel.  
The Secret Lab: Formed from Dream Quest Images & Walt Disney Features Animation computer group, closed in 2002
SIP Animation (Saban International Paris): 49% Minority stake owned by Disney. Separated from BVS Entertainment in 2001, renamed in 2002 and eventually filed for liquidation and closed in 2009. [a]
Skellington Productions, Inc.: Production company formed between Walt Disney Feature Animation and filmmakers Tim Burton and Henry Selick
Soapnet: DATG cable channel that closed on December 31, 2013
Sony ESPN (50%, joint-venture with Sony) - Closed in 2020
Starwave: Starwave was merged with Infoseek and acquired by Disney in 1998 to form GO Network. Starwave no longer operates as a stand-alone business. The label was recently resurrected to form Disney's Starwave Mobile which licenses content from third-party companies for cell phone content.
Togetherville: Acquired in February 2011. Discontinued in March 2012.  
Toontown Online: Servers were closed on September 19, 2013.
Touchstone Pictures: it was inactive in 2016. The label still used in-home media distribution of catalog titles.
Touchstone Television: Folded into 20th Television in 2020.
Touchwood Pacific Partner 1, Inc. (not the limited partnership itself)  Toysmart.com: Controlling interest
Walt Disney Television (production company): transferred to ABC Television Network, and later folded into Touchstone Television (then ABC Studios, now known as ABC Signature)
WatchESPN: Shut down on July 1, 2019.
Wideload Games Wizzer Productions, Inc.: Production company for the
1996 live action movie. 101 Dalmatians  YourTV - Closed in 2019
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