Disney's (NYSE: DIS) filmed entertainment, parks and resorts, and consumer products divisions are all doing great business and appear to be on favorable trajectories, but the outlook for the company's media networks segment is not as promising. The company's ESPN channel is struggling, and its problems extend far deeper than Twenty-First Century Fox and other rivals poaching key broadcast talent.
Click through the following presentation to learn why ESPN could be a ticking time bomb for Disney.
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Understanding Disney's ESPN Problem in 10 Slides from The Motley Fool
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