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Here is a list of assets owned by The Walt Disney Company. The following are wholly owned and operated by Disney, unless otherwise indicated.[1]
Contents [hide]
1 Corporate
2 Walt Disney Studios
2.1 Motion pictures
2.1.1 Lucasfilm
2.1.2 Animation
2.2 Disney Music Group
2.3 Disney Theatrical Group
2.4 Disney Studio Services[5][6]
2.4.1 Studio Production Services
2.4.2 Studio Post Production
3 Disney Consumer Products
3.1 Disney Publishing Worldwide
4 Parks & Resorts
4.1 Disneyland Resort
4.2 Walt Disney World Resort
4.3 Disneyland Paris
4.4 Hong Kong International Theme Parks
4.5 Disney Cruise Line
4.6 Disney Vacation Club
5 Disney Media Networks
5.1 Disney–ABC Television Group
5.1.1 A+E Networks
5.1.2 ABC Entertainment Group
5.1.3 ABC Family Worldwide Inc.
5.1.4 ABC Owned Television Stations Group
5.1.5 Disney Channels Worldwide
5.2 ESPN, Inc.
6 Disney Interactive Media Group
6.1 Disney Online
6.2 Disney Interactive Studios
6.3 Disney Mobile
6.4 Disney Canada
7 Marvel Entertainment
8 International
8.1 TWDC (India), Inc.
9 Other Assets
9.1 Property holding companies
9.2 Financial
9.3 Venture capital
9.3.1 Chinese holdings
9.4 Unsorted
10 Former Assets
10.1 Sold
10.2 Venture capital holdings sold
10.3 Dormant or Shuttered Disney businesses
11 See also
12 References

Disney Worldwide Services, Inc., shared services
The Disney Children's Center, Inc., child care center
Earth Star, Inc., corporate airline[2]
Synergy Group [2]
Walt Disney Studios[edit]

Walt Disney Studios Home Entertainment (Buena Vista Home Entertainment, Inc. doing business as)
Special Events Group
The Muppets Studio (formerly Muppets Holding Company LLC)[3]
Motion pictures[edit]
Walt Disney Pictures. common name for Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures Production
Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures distribution
Touchstone Pictures
Industrial Light & Magic
Skywalker Sound
Lucasfilm Animation
Lucasfilm Animation Singapore
LucasArts - All in-house development was ceased in April 2013, but it remained open as a publisher and licensor.[4]
Lucas Licensing
Lucas Online
Walt Disney Animation Studios
DisneyToon Studios
Pixar Animation Studios
Disney Music Group[edit]
Walt Disney Records
Hollywood Records
Disney Music Publishing
Agarita Music
Buena Vista Music Co.
Falferious Music
Fuzzy Muppet Songs/Mad Muppet Melodies
Holpic Music, Inc.
Hollywood Pictures Music
Seven Peaks Music
Seven Summits Music
Touchstone Pictures Music & Songs, Inc.
Touchstone Songs[2]
Walt Disney Music Company
Wonderland Music Company
Bueva Vista Concerts[5]
Disney Theatrical Group[edit]
Disney Theatrical Productions
Disney Live Family Entertainment
Music Theatre International
Disney on Ice - produced by Feld Entertainment
Disney Live - produced by Feld Entertainment
Disney Studio Services[5][6][edit]
Studio Production Services[edit]
Walt Disney Studios (Burbank)
Golden Oak Ranch
Prospect Studios
KABC7 Studio B
Studio Post Production[edit]
Disney Digital Studio Services
Disney Consumer Products[edit]

Disney Licensing - directly a part of DCP
Disney Baby
Disney Store
Disney Shopping, Inc., formerly Disney Direct Marketing Services, Inc., catalog and direct marketing channels[7]
The Walt Disney Catalog
Disney Educational Productions
Disney Direct Response Publishing, Inc.
The Baby Einstein Company
Disney Publishing Worldwide[edit]
Disney Magazine Publishing, Inc.
Disney Book Group (Disney Book Publishing, Inc.[2])
Disney·Jump at the Sun
Disney Press
Disney Editions
Disney Libri
Disney Libros (Spain)
Marvel Press
Disney Book Apps
Disney Learning
CrossGen - restarted as an imprint by Marvel Comics
Disney Comics, Inc.
Disney English
ABC Daytime Press
ESPN Books
Parks & Resorts[edit]

Destination Disney, Inc. DBA Walt Disney Parks and Resorts division owns and operates two resorts in the United States and another three internationally through various joint ventures and licensing agreements.
Adventures by Disney
Walt Disney Imagineering
World of Disney Stores
Disneyland International, oversees Disney's interest in Tokyo Disney Resort[8]
Shanghai Disney Resort - under construction
Shanghai Disneyland
Disneyland Resort[edit]
Disneyland, Inc. Anaheim, California, United States
Disneyland - 1955
Club 33[2]
Disney California Adventure Park - 2001
Downtown Disney (California)
Disneyland Hotel - WCO Hotels, Inc.
Disney's Grand Californian Hotel
Disney's Paradise Pier Hotel
Walt Disney World Resort[edit]
Walt Disney World Company,[2] Lake Buena Vista, Florida, United States
Magic Kingdom - 1971
Epcot - 1982
Disney's Hollywood Studios - 1989
Disney's Animal Kingdom - 1998
Downtown Disney
Pleasure Island
Downtown Disney Marketplace
Downtown Disney Westside
ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex
Water Parks:
Disney's Typhoon Lagoon - 1989
Disney's Blizzard Beach - 1995
Disney's Saratoga Springs Resort & Spa
Disney's Old Key West Resort
Disney's Animal Kingdom Lodge
Disney's Beach Club Resort
Disney's BoardWalk Inn
Disney's Contemporary Resort
Disney's Grand Floridian Resort & Spa
Disney's Polynesian Resort
Disney's Wilderness Lodge
Disney's Yacht Club Resort
Disney's Fort Wilderness Resort and Campground
Disney's Caribbean Beach Resort
Disney's Coronado Springs Resort
Disney's Port Orleans Resort - French Quarter
Disney's Port Orleans Resort - Riverside (formerly known as Disney's Dixie Landings Resort)
Disney's All-Star Movies Resort
Disney's All-Star Music Resort
Disney's All-Star Sports Resort
Disney's Pop Century Resort
Disney's Art of Animation Resort
Landholding companies
Compass Rose Corporation
Walt Disney Travel Company[2]
Disneyland Paris[edit]
Opened on 12 April 1992 as the Euro Disney Resort. Located in Marne-la-Vallée, France (Disney 51%, public shareholders 49%) Euro Disney Investments, Inc.
Euro Disney S.A.S. - 100% Disney owned - manages Euro Disney S.C.A., Euro Disney Associés and 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 - leased to EDL Hôtels S.C.A.
EDL Holding Co. - 99.9 owned by Disney - holds 39% ownership of Euro Disney S.C.A.
EDL Participations S.A.S. - sole general partner of Euro Disney S.C.A.
Euro Disney S.C.A. - 60.2% owned by public shareholders, directly owns 82% of Euro Disney Associés
Euro Disney Commandité S.A.S. - a general partner of Euro Disney Associés
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
EDL Services SAS - manages Phase IB Financing Companies, owners of the various hotels and Disney Village
Euro Disneyland Participations S.A.S. - 100% Disney owned and owns 17% of
Euro Disneyland Park S.N.C. - owns Disneyland Park (Paris)
Disneyland Park - 1992 (opened as Euro Disneyland)
Walt Disney Studios Park - 2002
Disney Village - 1992 (Opened as Festival Disney)
Golf Disney
Disney's Davy Crockett Ranch
Disneyland Hotel
Disney's Hotel Cheyenne
Disney's Hotel New York
Disney's Hotel Santa Fe
Disney's Newport Bay Club
Disney's Sequoia Lodge[9]
Hong Kong International Theme Parks[edit]
Disney 48%, Hong Kong Government 52%
Hong Kong Disneyland Resort -Penny's Bay, Lantau Island, Hong Kong
Hong Kong Disneyland - 2005
Inspiration Lake - 2005
Hong Kong Disneyland Hotel
Disney's Hollywood Hotel
Hong Kong Disneyland Management Limited - owned 100% by Disney and manages the park
Disney Cruise Line[edit]
Disney Magic - 1998
Disney Wonder - 1999
Castaway Cay - 1998
Disney Dream- 2011
Disney Fantasy- 2012
Disney Vacation Club[edit]
Disney Vacation Development, Inc.
Disney Vacation Club Management Corp.
Disney's Vero Beach Resort, Vero Beach, Florida
Disney's Hilton Head Island Resort, Hilton Head Island, South Carolina
also hotel at the major resorts and Aulani are involved and are listed under their respective resorts, see Disney Vacation Club article
Palm Financial Services, Inc.,[2] financing arm
Disney Media Networks[edit]

Disney–ABC Television Group[edit]
ABC, Inc. DBA Disney–ABC Television Group[10]
Disney/ABC Television Group Digital Media
Walt Disney Television
Disney-ABC Domestic Television - formerly Buena Vista Television
Disney-ABC International Television - formerly Buena Vista International Television
ABC Television Network
ABC News
Fusion (TV channel), joint venture news cable channel
ABC Enterprises, Inc.
Hulu (32%)
A+E Networks[edit]
joint venture with Hearst Corporation; 50% equity holding
Military History
Crime & Investigation Network
A+E Networks International
A+E Networks Consumer Products
A+E Studios
A&E IndieFilms
A+E Films
A+E Networks Digital
Lifetime Entertainment Services
Lifetime Movie Network
Lifetime Real Women
Lifetime Press
Lifetime Digital
Lifetime Games
Roiworld.com, fashion games
DressUpChallenge.com, a fashion site
ABC Entertainment Group[edit]
ABC Digital
ABC Entertainment
ABC Studios - formerly Touchstone Television & ABC Television Studios
Times Square Studios (division)
ABC Family Worldwide Inc.[edit]
ABC Family
ABC Spark - with Corus Entertainment
ABC Family Digital
BVS Entertainment
Saban Entertainment / Fox Kids, Ltd. library
DePatie-Freleng Enterprises / Marvel Productions, Ltd. library
ABC Owned Television Stations Group[edit]
WLS-7 Chicago, Illinois
KFSN-30 Fresno, California
KTRK-13 Houston, Texas
KABC-7 Los Angeles, California
WABC-7 New York City
WPVI-6 Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
WTVD-11 Raleigh-Durham
KGO-7 San Francisco, California
Live Well Network
ABC National Television Sales
ABC Regional Sports and Entertainment Sales[11]
Disney Channels Worldwide[edit]
Disney Channel
Disney Cinemagic
Disney Junior
Disney XD
Radio Disney
Disney Television Animation
ESPN, Inc.[edit]
(Disney 80%) [12]
ESPN on ABC - formerly ABC Sports
ESPN Classic
ESPN Deportes
ESPN Films
ESPN Classic
ESPN Original Entertainment
ESPN Pay-Per-View
ESPN Regional Television
ESPN International (see for complete list of channels)
ESPN America
TSN (20%)
ESPN Radio
Mobile ESPN
ESPN The Magazine
ESPN Books (an imprint of Disney's Hyperion Books)
ESPN Home Entertainment
ESPN Outdoors
ESPN Digital Center
Disney Interactive Media Group[edit]

Disney Online[edit]
Disney Online Kerpoof Studios
DigiSynd, social media marketing
Disney Family Network websites[13] - also called Mom and Family Portfolio
Disney Family (Family.com)
Go.com - formerly GO Network
Disney Interactive Studios[edit]
Avalanche Software
Wideload Games
Rocket Pack
Disney Mobile[edit]
Starwave Mobile[14]
Disney Canada[edit]
Club Penguin
Marvel Entertainment[edit]

Cover Concepts, Inc.
Marvel Characters, Inc.
Marvel Studios
Marvel Music
Marvel Television division
Marvel Animation
Marvel Animation Studios (2012–present)
SH DTV Partners (2012–present)
Marvel Film Productions LLC (Delaware)
MVL Productions LLC: an indirect wholly owned film development subsidiary
MVL Film Finance LLC: holder of Marvel's Movie debt and theatrical film rights to the ten characters as collateral.
MVL Rights, LLC: subsidiary holding movie rights of all Marvel Characters with some on contract with MVL Film Finance
Iron Works Productions LLC: subsidiary holding debt to finance the Iron Man films.
Incredible Productions LLC (Delaware): subsidiary holding debt to finance the Incredible Hulk film
MVL Iron Works Productions Canada, Inc. (Province of Ontario)
MVL Incredible Productions Canada, Inc. (Province of Ontario)
Asgard Productions LLC (Delaware)
Green Guy Toons LLC (Delaware)
Squad Productions LLC (Delaware)
MVL Development LLC (Delaware)
Marvel Entertainment International Limited (United Kingdom)
Marvel Internet Productions LLC (Delaware)
Marvel Property, Inc. (Delaware)
MRV, Inc. (Delaware)
MVL International C.V. (The Netherlands)
Marvel Custom Solutions, customized comic books[15]
Marvel Worldwide, Inc.
Marvel Comics
Icon Comics
Ultimate Comics
Marvel Press
Marvel Toys division
Marvel Toys Limited (Hong Kong)

Disney International
Miravista Films[16]
Super RTL, Germany (joint venture between Disney [50%] and RTL Group [50%])
RTL II, Germany (15.75% stake)
NET TV, Spain (20% stake)
Disney Television (Germany), Inc.[2]
Walt Disney Co., Ltd. Japan
studio entertainment
Walt Disney Studios Japan
Disney Music Group
Disney Character Voice International
Disney Theatrical Group
Media Networks
Walt Disney Television International Japan
Disney channel
Media distribution
Disney Interactive Group Japan
Disney Online
Disney Mobile
Disney Interactive Studios
Parks and Resort
Disney Destination International
Disney Vacation Club Japan
Disney Consumer Products
Disney Publishing Worldwide Japan
Disney Store Japan [17]
Broadcast Satellite Disney Co.
Dlife TV channel[18]
TWDC (India), Inc.[edit]
UTV Software Communications (100% stake since 2/2012)
UTV Communications (USA) LLC
IG Interactive Entertainment Ltd
UTV Global Broadcasting Ltd
UTV TV Content Ltd
UTV Games Ltd
First Future Agri & Developers Ltd
UTV New Media Ltd
Indiagames Ltd
group's stepdown subsidiaries
Ignition Entertainment Ltd
True Games Interactive
Genx Entertainment Ltd
UTV Entertainment Television Ltd
UTV Tele-Talkies Ltd
RB Entertainment Ltd
Vikatan UTV Content Ltd
Screenshot Television Ltd.[19]
Other Assets[edit]

Disney Character Voices International
El Capitan Theatre
Times Square Studios
Silver Creek Pictures, Inc.
Catalyst Investments, LLC

POW! Entertainment - 10% of the outstanding shares of stock[20]

Reedy Creek Energy Services
BVCC, Inc. (Buena Vista Construction Company) Disney World general contractor
Property holding companies[edit]
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.[2]
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.
New Amsterdam Theatre
New Amsterdam Development Corp.
New Amsterdam Theatrical Productions, Inc.[2]
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[21]
Venture capital[edit]
Steamboat Ventures - ownership positions not revealed
Elemental Technologies
Fanzter, Inc.
Kapow Software
Chinese holdings[edit]
Cocoa China
Gridsum Technology
Yoyi Media
Animation Collectors, Inc.
Berl Holding Co.
Billy B. Productions, Inc.
Bird-In-Hand Woodworks, Inc.
Devonson Corp.
Disney Art Editions, Inc.
Disney, Inc.
Disney International Employment Services, Inc.
Entertainment Development, Inc.
Film Brothers Property Corp.
From Time to Time, Inc.
Hardware Distribution, Inc.
Hodi Investments, Inc.
Hughes Flying Boat Corp.
Kelly Management, Inc.
One For All Productions, Inc.
Stakeout Two Productions, Inc.
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.
2139 Empire Avenue Corp.
Alameda Payroll, Inc.
Andes Productions, Inc.
Blue Note Management Corp.
Buena Vista Catalog Co.
BVHV Services
C.A. Productions, Inc.
DCSR, Inc.
Disney Computer Magazine Group, Inc.
ERS Investment Ltd.
Heavy Weight, Inc.
Indian Warrior Productions, Inc.
LBV Services, Inc.
Montrose Corp.
Palm Hospitality Co.
PNLH Payroll Inc.
Supercomm International, Inc.
Swing Kids Productions, Inc.
Walt Disney Theatrical Worldwide, Inc.
Wanderlust Productions, Inc.
WDT Services, Inc.
WDW Services, Inc.
Buena Vista Theatrical Ventures, Inc.
Before & After Productions, Inc.
Buena Vista Laboratories, Inc.
Buena Vista Trading Co.
Disney Interfinance Corp.
Disney Media Ventures, Inc.
Disney Special Programs, Inc.
IJR, Inc.(inactive)
J.B. Productions, Inc.
Merriweather Productions, Inc. (inactive)
Plymouth Productions
RCE Services, Inc.
The Inn Corp.
The Quiz Show Co.[2]
Former Assets[edit]

Childcraft Education Corp., maker of children's furniture and equipment, retail stores [24] and sold to U.S. Office Products Co. in 1997[25]
Childcraft, Inc. - catalog company
DIC Entertainment
Power Rangers (franchise and all seasons).
Ninja Turtles: The Next Mutation
Masked Rider
VR Troopers
Digimon (franchise and all seasons, only in North America).
Oxygen Media - part owner[27]
Venture capital holdings sold[edit]
Iridigm Display Corporation - acquired by Qualcomm, Inc., September, 2004
Kyte - acquired by KIT Digital, January 2011
Move Networks - December 2010 acquision of EchoStar
PopularMedia - acquired by StrongMail, June 2009
Pure Digital Technologies - Cisco acquision 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[22]
56.com - sold to Renren in September, 2011
Youxigu - Steamboat sold its stake to Tencent Holdings Ltd. in March 2010 [23]
Dormant or Shuttered Disney businesses[edit]
The following companies are subsidiaries of Disney that either are no longer active or have been absorbed into another part of the company.
ABC Films — A division of ABC, Inc. that distributed first-run and off-network TV programming to television stations and networks worldwide. Majority of the backlog is currently controlled by CBS Television Studios through Spelling Entertainment Group.
ABC Pictures Corp. / ABC Motion Pictures — A division of ABC, Inc. that produced and distributed a number of films theatrically. The division became inactive before the acquisition of Capital Cities/ABC by Disney, but its library was brought into Disney through the acquisition. In 2003, Buena Vista Home Entertainment licensed most of the ABC theatrical titles out to MGM for home entertainment distribution.
ABC Circle Films / ABC Productions — A division of ABC, Inc. that produced both film and television series for ABC. Upon the acquisition by Disney, ABC Circle Films and its library were absorbed into ABC Studios (at the time, Touchstone Television).
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.
Bonnie View Productions, Ltd.[2] - 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.[2]
Caravan Pictures[2]
Disney Circle 7 Animation
Club Disney - A creation of Disney Regional Entertainment, Club Disney had 5 locations built in the U.S. All 5 locations were closed in November 1999.
Discovery Island - Part of the Walt Disney World Resort, Discovery Island offered a look at wildlife from its opening in 1974 until its close in 1999.
Walt Disney Feature Animation Florida, Inc.[2]
Disney Auctions
Disney Development Company, construct arm[28]
Disney Magazine - A magazine publication that gave Disney fans an inside look at the company. This title was in publication from December 1965 until April 2005. A similar online magazine called the Disney Insider was said to take its place.
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.
Disney TeleVentures, Inc. - Americast telco venture programming and technical support[2]
Disney Television and Telecommunications, division group (not to be confused with Walt Disney Television production division) eliminated after Disney-CC/ABC merger[29]
Dream Quest Images - merged with Disney Features Animation computer group to form The Secret Lab
Faded Denim Productions Ltd., defunct production company
Fidelity Television, Inc. - owned KCAL-TV
KHJ-TV, Inc.[2]
Harvest Groves, Inc., merged
Hollywood Basic — A 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 — A film label of The Walt Disney Studios created in 1989 and shuttered in 2007.
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, 101 Dalmatians: The Series, and PB&J Otter for Disney. The company was folded into Walt Disney Television Animation.
Hyperion Books — sold to Hachette
Jetix Europe, N.V., formerly Fox Kids Europe - 73% acquired with Fox/ABC Family Worldwide, Inc. & held by BVS Entertainment International; full owner in 2009, ran 13 Jetix channels
Jetix Play, 3 channels for younger kids
GXT - Italy channel for older tens sold in management buy out of Jetix Italy, now Switchover Media
Jetix Consumer Products
JCP Home Entertainment
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.
Kingdom Comics[30] - The Kingdom Comics unit's creatives/executives moved its deal to an independent Monsterfoot Production.[31]
Lake Buena Vista Communities, Inc.
MLG Productions 1 - MLG Productions 8 (Marvel's joint venture with Lionsgate) operationally defunct as the agreed upon number of DTV movies were finished
Marvel Anime Partners (July 2010 – 2012)
Miramax Zoe — A division of Miramax Films (when Disney used to own Miramax before they sold it to Filmyard Holdings, LLC) and Buena Vista International that was created to acquire and release French films in the U.S. The label has not been used since Amélie (2001).
Propaganda Games - Shuttered in January 2011 after the development of Tron: Evolution was completed, and Pirates of the Caribbean: Armada of the Damned was canceled.
Ranch and Grove Holding Corp., merged
The Secret Lab - formed from Dream Quest Images & Walt Disney Features Animation computer group, closed in 2002
Pirates of the Caribbean Online
Pixie Hollow Online
Skellington Productions, Inc. — production company formed between Walt Disney Feature Animation and filmmakers Tim Burton and Henry Selick
Soapnet - DATG cable channel originally to have ended in 2011 but will close on 12/31/2013
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.
Talk - A failed magazine publication venture between Miramax Films and Tina Brown launched in 1999 and shuttered in 2001.
Toontown Online
Touchwood Pacific Partner 1, Inc. (not the limited partnership itself) [2]
Toysmart.com - controlling interest[32]
Valleycrest Productions Ltd., former production company of Who Wants to be a Millionaire?
Wizzer Productions, Inc., production company for the 101 Dalmatians 1996 live action movie.[2]
See also[edit]

Timeline of The Walt Disney Company
Lists of corporate assets

Official Walt Disney World Resort site
Source of Walt Disney hotels
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