Disney Long Term Debt 2010-2023 | DIS

Disney long term debt from 2010 to 2023. Long term debt can be defined as the sum of all long term debt fields.
  • Disney long term debt for the quarter ending December 31, 2023 was $41.603B, a 7.81% decline year-over-year.
  • Disney long term debt for 2023 was $42.101B, a 7.06% decline from 2022.
  • Disney long term debt for 2022 was $45.299B, a 6.68% decline from 2021.
  • Disney long term debt for 2021 was $48.54B, a 8.27% decline from 2020.
Disney Annual Long Term Debt
(Millions of US $)
2023 $42,101
2022 $45,299
2021 $48,540
2020 $52,917
2019 $38,129
2018 $17,084
2017 $19,119
2016 $16,483
2015 $12,773
2014 $12,631
2013 $12,776
2012 $10,697
2011 $10,922
2010 $10,130
2009 $11,495
Disney Quarterly Long Term Debt
(Millions of US $)
2023-12-31 $41,603
2023-09-30 $42,101
2023-06-30 $44,544
2023-03-31 $45,066
2022-12-31 $45,128
2022-09-30 $45,299
2022-06-30 $46,022
2022-03-31 $46,624
2021-12-31 $47,349
2021-09-30 $48,540
2021-06-30 $51,110
2021-03-31 $50,903
2020-12-31 $52,878
2020-09-30 $52,917
2020-06-30 $54,197
2020-03-31 $42,770
2019-12-31 $38,057
2019-09-30 $38,129
2019-06-30 $36,311
2019-03-31 $37,803
2018-12-31 $17,176
2018-09-30 $17,084
2018-06-30 $17,681
2018-03-31 $18,766
2017-12-31 $20,082
2017-09-30 $19,119
2017-06-30 $18,849
2017-03-31 $16,788
2016-12-31 $14,792
2016-09-30 $16,483
2016-06-30 $15,129
2016-03-31 $15,367
2015-12-31 $12,965
2015-09-30 $12,773
2015-06-30 $12,154
2015-03-31 $12,186
2014-12-31 $12,167
2014-09-30 $12,631
2014-06-30 $12,920
2014-03-31 $10,909
2013-12-31 $11,714
2013-09-30 $12,776
2013-06-30 $12,784
2013-03-31 $13,381
2012-12-31 $12,633
2012-09-30 $10,697
2012-06-30 $12,454
2012-03-31 $12,582
2011-12-31 $11,226
2011-09-30 $10,922
2011-06-30 $9,176
2011-03-31 $8,688
2010-12-31 $9,933
2010-09-30 $10,130
2010-06-30 $10,804
2010-03-31 $11,000
2009-12-31 $11,189
2009-09-30 $11,495
2009-06-30 $12,552
2009-03-31 $12,541
Sector Industry Market Cap Revenue
Consumer Discretionary Media Conglomerates $188.229B $88.898B
Walt Disney Company has assets that span movies, television, publishing and theme parks. In October 2020, Disney reorganized its media and entertainment operations, which had been previously reported in three segments: Media Networks, Studio Entertainment and Direct-to-Consumer & International. From the first quarter of fiscal 2021, Disney began reporting the financial results of the media and entertainment businesses as one segment, Disney Media and Entertainment Distribution (DMED) across three significant lines of businesses: Linear Networks, Direct to- Consumer and Content Sales/Licensing.
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Liberty Media - Liberty Formula One Series B (FWONB) United States $15.630B 48.54
Liberty Media - Liberty Formula One Series A (FWONA) $15.470B 48.04
Paramount Global (PARAA) United States $13.931B 20.14
Pearson (PSO) United Kingdom $8.261B 0.00
Liberty Media - Liberty SiriusXM Series B (LSXMB) $8.239B 10.38
Paramount Global (PARA) United States $8.011B 11.34
Liberty Media - Liberty SiriusXM Series A (LSXMA) $7.952B 10.02
Liberty Media - Liberty SiriusXM Series C (LSXMK) $7.945B 10.01
Liberty Media - Liberty Live Series C (LLYVK) $3.651B 0.00
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Sphere Entertainment (SPHR) United States $1.273B 6.14
Sinclair (SBGI) United States $0.963B 0.00
Reservoir Media (RSVR) United States $0.545B 120.00
Alliance Entertainment Holding (AENT) United States $0.130B 0.00
International Media Acquisition (IMAQ) United States $0.087B 0.00
BuzzFeed (BZFD) United States $0.083B 0.00
Beamr Imaging (BMR) Israel $0.072B 0.00
Clover Leaf Capital (CLOE) United States $0.065B 0.00
Ace Global Business Acquisition (ACBA) Hong Kong, SAR China $0.042B 0.00
MultiMetaVerse Holdings (MMV) China $0.020B 0.00
Cineverse (CNVS) United States $0.014B 0.00
Eros Media World (EMWP) United States $0.000B 0.00