Top 3 Companies Owned by Comcast (CMCSA)
The company owns local affiliate NBC stations in 10 U. S. cities and local affiliate Telemundo stations in 17 U. S. cities.
The company owns and operates numerous media properties, including broadcast networks, cable networks, movie studios and theme parks.
A merger with Time Warner Cable would have combined the two largest cable companies in
the U. S., giving Comcast control over about half of the nation’s broadband market.
Comcast Cable Communications, LLC, a wholly owned subsidiary of Comcast Corporation, operates a hybrid coaxial
and fiber-optic data network through which it offers cable television, Internet, voice communication and home automation services primarily under the Xfinity brand.
NBCUniversal Media operates the broadcast networks NBC and Telemundo, both of which air across all 50 U. S. states.
NBCUniversal also owns and operates a variety of cable news, sports and entertainment networks, including MSNBC, CNBC, the Golf Channel, E!
In April 2015, Comcast announced the end of its $45.2 billion bid to merge its cable
operations with the nation’s second-biggest cable operator, Time Warner Cable, Inc.
Comcast Spectacor’s subsidiary, Spectra, offers comprehensive venue management services to arenas, convention centers, performing arts venues
and other entertainment facilities in 46 U. S. states and in other countries around the world
NBCUniversal Media’s theme park business, Universal Parks and Resorts, operates theme parks in Orlando, Florida, and Hollywood, California.
NBCUniversal Media has a 25% stake in the cable network The Weather Channel and a 32% stake in the online video streaming service Hulu.



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