Disney owns the entertainment industry


The list of what Disney properties own is mind-blowing, and Star Wars leading the charge…

In recent reports, Disney CEO Bob Iger is adding both Star Wars and Marvel properties to the new Disney streaming service, removing them from Netflix in the process.

From comments we’ve received in response to this news, The Star Wars fan base is mixed on this decision. It’s unknown whether this new streaming service will be affordable or if it will be added to active services which would come with current Disney content.

Nevertheless, Disney is a monster and has a stronghold on the main attractions in the entertainment industry.

Look at the list of their main properties currently owned (or co-owned), found Disneycareers.com and Disneywikia.

The Walt Disney Studios

  • Walt Disney Studios
  • Home Entertainment
  • Touchstone Home Entertainment
  • Hollywood Pictures
  • Home Entertainment
  • ABC Video
  • Buena Vista Home Entertainment
  • Pixar Animated Studios
  • Lucasfilm
  • Marvel Studios
  • D23
  • The Muppets (formerly Muppets Holding Company LLC)
  • Times Square Studios

Disney Music Group

  • Walt Disney Records
  • Hollywood Records
  • Lyric Street Records
  • Radio Disney

Disney/ABC Television Group Digital Media

  • Disney Television Animation
  • ABC Television Network
  • Disney XD
  • The Disney Channel


  • ESPN
  • ESPN2
  • ESPN on ABC – formerly ABC Sports
  • ESPN Classic
  • ESPNews
  • ESPN Deportes
  • ESPN Films
  • ESPN Regional Television
  • ESPN International
  • ESPN3
  • ESPN The Magazine

Parks & Resorts

  • Disneyland
  • Walt Disney World
  • ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex
  • Tokyo Disney Resort
  • Disney Cruise Line

This can go one of two ways. We could either get amazing content at a decent price all in a one stop shop. Or we will have to empty the wallets for content found within all sorts of different medians.

Next: Disney is leaving Netflix: What does that mean for Star Wars?

Is this a good thing or a bad thing? Will Disney make an affordable one stop experience for Star Wars fans? Or will we have to pay an arm and a leg to get all of these Star Wars features?

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