The Business Segments That Make Up The Walt Disney Company Essay

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Q1). List at describe the five business segments that make up The Walt Disney Group and brief description of each one and their revenue in 2014.

Media Networks made the most revenue in 2014, making 21.15 U.S dollars. Media Networks comprise a vast array of broadcast, cable, radio, publishing and digital businesses across two divisions, the Disney/ABC Television Group and ESPN Inc.

Parks and Resorts made revenue of 15.1 U.S dollars in 2014. More than 55 years after Disneyland first opened on July the 17th 1995, Walt Disney Parks and Resorts has grown into one of the world 's leading providers of family travel and leisure experiences, providing millions of guests each year with the chance to spend time with their families and friends.

The Walt Disney Studio Entertainment made revenue of 7.28 U.S billion in 2014. The Walt Disney Studios has been the foundation on which the Walt Disney Company was built for over 90 years. Consumers throughout the world now experience high quality movies, music and stage plays. Feature Films are released under the following banners listed below.

* Disney including Walt Disney Animation Studios

* Pixar Animation Studios

* Disneynature

* Marvel Studios

* Lucasfilms

* Touchstone Pictures

Disney Consumer Products is the business segment of The Walt Disney Company. They provide innovative and engaging product experiences across thousands of categories from toys and apparel to books and fine art. Disney Consumer Products (DSC) is the worlds…

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