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Organizational Structure of Walt Disney

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Nargiz Kassymbekova

on 8 November 2015

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Organizational Structure

Organizational Structure
Work Experience
Disney Family Network
Board of Directors
Robert A. Iger
Chairman and Chief Executive Officer

The ABC television Station Group Operates more than 220 affiliated stations
ABC Owned Television Stations Group owns 10 television stations, 6 of which are in top ten rated markets, across the U.S.
Castle, Criminal Minds, Desperate Housewives, Grey’s Anatomy, Private Practice
2 of Disney’s major TV networks (ABC and ESPN) have an arrangement with Cox Communication where the companies now offer hit shows and football games on demand
10 production branches:

Walt Disney Pictures and Television
Miramax Films
Buena Vista Home Entertainment
Buena Vista Theatrical Productions
Wald Disney Records
Buena Vista Records
Touchstone Pictures
Hollywood Records
Lyric Street Studios
Pixar Studios
Disney’s Interactive Media segment creates and delivers Disney-branded entertainment across interactive media platforms, particularly through gaming and online platforms
Organizational Structure of Walt Disney
Andy Bird
Chairman, Walt Disney International
The Walt Disney Company

Bob Chapek
Chairman, Walt Disney Parks and Resorts

Leslie Ferraro
Co-Chair, Disney Consumer Products and Interactive Media and President, Disney Consumer Products

Ronald L. Iden
Senior Vice President, Global Security
The Walt Disney Company

Alan F. Horn
Chairman, The Walt Disney Studios

Walt Disney operates using a strategic business unit (SBU) organizational structure that
consists of five diverse family-entertainment segments:
Media Networks,
Parks and Resorts,
The Walt Disney Studios,
Disney Consumer Products and
Disney Interactive
The Walt Disney Company’s globally known consumer brands include: Disney, ABC, ESPN,
Pixar, Marvel and Lucas Films (Walt Disney).
Media Networks
Studio Entertainment
Radio Disney
24/7 network for kids, teens and families, also operates under this licensing model (Walt Disney) . It is available on 37 radio stations, 31 of which the company
Interactive Media
$350 million investment to develop its own in house
video game capabilities
2010, Playdom, Inc., one of the largest developers and publishers of online social games

Playdom broadens Disney’s portfolio of games with new and diverse titles such as Market Street, Sorority life, and Bola, which the company estimates, draws around 42 million players a month
A new division of the online sector was created in 2006 when Disney bought kaboose.com, babyzone.com and six other parent-oriented sites
Disney recently launched Disney Xtreme Digital, a networking site aimed at children under 14

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