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Comcast Corporation
One Comcast Center
1701 JFK Boulevard
Philadelphia, PA 19103
Voice 1-800-Comcast
www.comcast.com
Comcast Corporation is the majority owner of NBCUniversal with a 51% interest. GE holds a 49% interest.
NBCUniversal (51%)
Television
NBC Television Network
NBC Entertainment
NBC News
NBC Sport Group
Universal Television (UTV)
Universal Cable Productions
NBC Universal Domestic Television Distribution
NBCUniversal International Television Distribution
NBC Local Media Division
NBC New York (WNBC)
NBC Los Angeles (KNBC)
NBC Chicago (WMAQ)
NBC Philadelphia (WCAU)
NBC Bay Area (KNTV)
NBC Dallas/Fort Worth (KXAS)
NBC Washington (WRC)
NBC Miami (WTVJ)
NBC San Diego (KNSD)
NBC Connecticut (WVIT)
NBC Everywhere
LX TV
Skycastle Entertainment
Telemundo
KVEA (Los Angeles)
WNJU (New York)
WSCV (Miami)
KTMD (Houston)
WSNS (Chicago)
KXTX (Dallas/Fort Worth)
KVDA (San Antonio)
KSTS (San Francisco/San Jose)
KTAZ (Phoenix)
KNSO (Fresno)
KDEN (Denver)
KBLR (Las Vegas)
WNEU (Boston/Merrimack)
KHRR (Tucson)
WKAQ (Puerto Rico)
KWHY (Los Angeles) (Independent)
Television Channels
Bravo
Chiller
CNBC
CNBC World
Comcast Charter Sports Southeast
Comcast Sports Group
Comcast SportsNet Bay Area
Comcast SportsNet California
Comcast SportsNet Chicago
Comcast SportsNet Houston
Comcast SportsNet Mid-Atlantic
Comcast SportsNet New England
Comcast SportsNet Northwest
Comcast SportsNet Philadelhpia
SNY
The Mtn.-Mountain West Sports Network
CSS
Comcast Sports Southwest
New England Cable News (Manages)
NBC Sports Network
The Comcast Network
E! Entertainment Television
G4
Golf Channel
MSNBC
mun2
Oxygen Media
Cloo
Sprout
The Style Network
Syfy
Universal HD
USA Network
The Weather Channel Companies
Syfy Universal (Universal Networks International)
Diva Universal (Universal Networks International)
Studio Universal (Universal Networks International)
Universal Channel (Universal Networks International)
13th Street Universal (Universal Networks International)
Movies 24 (Universal Networks International)
Hallmark Channel (non-U.S.) (Universal Networks International)
KidsCo (Interest) (Universal Networks International)
Film
Universal Pictures
Focus Features
Universal Studios Home Entertainment
Parks and Resorts
Universal Parks and Resorts
Digital Media
DailyCandy
Fandango
Hulu (32%)
iVillage
NBC.com
CNBC Digital
Plaxo
Communications
XFINITY TV
XFINITY Internet
XFINITY Voice
Sports Management
Comcast-Spectator
Philadelphia Flyers
Wells Fargo Center
Global Spectrum (Public Assembly Management)
Ovations Food Services
Front Row Marketing Services
Paciolan
New Era Tickets (ComcastTIX)
Flyers Skate Zone
Other
Comcast Ventures
4INFO
About.com
Abor Networks
Arroyo
Accolade
BelAir Networks
BENU
Bigpoint
BlackArrow
BlogHer
Bodymedia
BNI Video
BroadLogic Network Technologies
BroadSoft
>Bubble Motion
CarWoo!
Catalog Spree
CedarPoint Communications
Citysearch
Closely
ConteXtream
CTI Towers
Demde
Docusign
DreamIT MEAP (Minority Entrepreneur Accelerator Program)
EdgeConneX
Entreproid/dd>
FanDuel
Flipboard
Fwix
GreyStripe
Half.com
Healthline Networks
Iddiction
iControl Networks
Immedia Semiconductor
Integrate
Intellon
InviteMedia
JiWire
Kiwi Crate
KPCB
LinkShare
MegaPath Networks
MovazNetworks
Nebula
netForensics
NGT New Global Telecom
Nuera
ONDS
Ortiva Wireless
Perfect Market
Plumdistrict
Radius
Ramp
RF Magic
RGB Networks
SB Nation
SkyStream Networks
SnagFilms
Stratalight
The Rubicon Project
TiVO
TidalTV
Trion Worlds
Tripwire
Ubermedia
VeriSign
Verivue
Vertialnet
Videology
Visible World
Vitrue
Vivox
Vox Media
Whosay
XOS Digital
Comcast Spotlight
Comcast Business Class
Comcast Interactive Media
last updated 2/14/2013

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