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Disney Revenue by Segment (2017 – 2021)

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This article speaks about the Disney Revenue by Segment (2017-2020)

Introduction

The Walt Disney Company, more commonly known as Disney is an American diversified mass media and entertainment company. Disney was originally founded by brothers Walt and Roy Disney.  The company is known for its film studio division The Walt Disney Studios. This division includes  Walt Disney PicturesWalt Disney Animation StudiosPixarMarvel StudiosLucasfilm20th Century StudiosSearchlight Pictures, and Blue Sky Studios.

Disney’s other main units are Disney Media Networks, Disney Parks and Walt Disney direct to consumer and international.  They also own cable television networks such as Disney Channel, ESPN, FX and National Geographic.

Disney Revenue by Segment (2017-2020)

The major portion of the company’s revenue comes from their media networks and parks. Both of these segments combined account for almost 80% of the revenue, the remaining coming from studio entertainment and consumer products and interactive media.

Consumer products and Interactive media

Revenue from consumer products and interactive media was $1.48 billion in the first quarter of 2017. It amounted to $1.06 billion in the second quarter. And, $1.09 billion in Q3 whereas $1.22 billion in Q4. Revenue increased to $1.70 billion in the first quarter and then went down to $831 million in the second quarter in 2018. It was $1 billion in the third quarter and $1.12 billion in the fourth quarter for 2018. Consecutively, revenue went up in 2019 to $918 million in the first quarter, $1.15 billion in the second quarter, $3.86 billion in the third quarter and $3.43 billion by the end of the year. Revenue went up in 2020 to $3.99 billion in the first quarter and $4.12 billion in the second quarter.

Media Networks

Revenue from the media networks segment was $6.23 billion in the first quarter of 2017. And, $5.95 billion in the second quarter. Q3 and Q4 showed $5.87 billion and $5.47 billion respectively. Revenue went on to $6.87 billion in the first quarter of 2018. It was $5.51 billion in the second quarter. The third quarter showed $6.16 billion and $5.96 billion in the fourth quarter. It increased in 2019 to $5.92 billion in the first quarter.  And, $5.68 billion in the second quarter. Q3 and Q4 showed $6.71 billion and $6.51 billion respectively. Revenue in 2020 went up to $7.36 billion in the first quarter and $7.26 billion in the second quarter.

Parks and Resorts

Revenue from parks and resorts was at $4.56 billion in the first quarter. It was $4.30 billion in the second quarter. Q3 and Q4 showed $4.89 billion and $4.67 billion respectively. Revenue increased in 2018 to $4.13 billion in the first quarter, $5.90 billion in the second quarter, $5.19 billion in the third quarter and $5.07 billion in the last quarter.  Revenue increased further in 2019 to $6.82 billion in the first quarter, $6.17 billion in the second quarter, $6.58 billion in the third quarter and $6.66 billion by the end of the year. Revenue increased to $7.40 billion in the first quarter of 2020 and then dropped to $5.54 billion in the second quarter.

Studio Entertainment

Revenue from the studio entertainment was $2.52 billion in the first quarter of 2017, $2.03 billion in the second quarter, $2.39 billion in the third quarter and $1.43 billion in the last quarter. Revenue increased to $2.46 billion in the first quarter, $2.50 billion in the second quarter, $2.88 billion in the third quarter and $2.15 billion in the fourth quarter.  Revenue continued to increase into 2019 to $1.82 billion in the first quarter, $2.13 billion in the second quarter, $3.84 billion in the third quarter and $3.33 billion in the last quarter. Revenue then increased to $3.76 billion in the first quarter of 2020 and $2.54 billion in the second quarter.

Disney’s revenue has been increasing over the years. The last two quarters of 2019 and the first two quarters of 2020 have seen a great rise in revenue figures.

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