A look at
The division touts itself as the nation's largest provider of video, high-speed Internet and telephone services to residential customers under the XFINITY brand. It also provides similar services to businesses and sells advertising.
The company said Thursday that it currently has 22 million pay TV subscribers, but plans to divest 3 million of them once the deal for
The division includes a broadcast arm, more than a dozen cable networks, digital, film and other businesses.
— BROADCAST — Founded in 1926,
Broadcast businesses include:
— CABLE — Some of the company's best-known networks include Bravo Media, Comcast Sportsnet, Golf Channel, Sprout, Universal HD, E!, MSNBC,
— DIGITAL — Assets include online video service
— FILM — Creates and distributes films through its
The company's film business also includes specialty movie studio
— PARKS AND RESORTS — Theme parks in
Sources: AP Archives,
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