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Disney Revenue from consumer products and interactive media segment

Walt Disney’s Revenue from Consumer Products and Interactive Media Businesses 2014-17

The following table shows the revenue of Walt Disney from consumer products and interactive media businesses over the period from 2014-2017. Sums are in millions.

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Walt Disney is a  diversified global entertainment company with operations across four main business segments – Media Networks, Parks and Resorts, Studio Entertainment, and Consumer Products & Interactive Media (Check revenue from each 2001-2017). These segments are further divided into subsegments.  Disney has successfully established itself as a fun and entertainment brand for families. Two American brothers named Walt and Roy  O Disney had founded the brand in the year 1923. Sound financial performance of the brand is a sign of its strong and profitable business model.

In 2017, the revenue of Walt Disney from consumer products and interactive media fell to 4.8 Billion dollars from 5.5 Billion dollars in 2016. revenue from licensing, publishing and games was down from 3.8 Billions to 3.3 Billions. In retail & other segment the revenue was down from 1.7 Billion to 1.6 Billion dollars.

Sources:

Walt Disney Annual reports

Written by Abhijeet Pratap

Abhijeet has been blogging on educational topics and business research since 2016. He graduated with a Hons. in English literature from BRABU and an MBA from the Asia-Pacific Institute of Management, New Delhi. He likes to blog and share his knowledge and research in business management, marketing, literature and other areas with his readers.

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