List of assets owned by Comcast
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Here is a list of assets owned by American global telecommunications conglomerate Comcast.
- Comcast Holdings Corporation (or Comcast Holdings)
- Comcast Cable Communications, LLC (Xfinity)
- Comcast Business
- Comcast Interactive Media
- Comcast Cable Holdings, LLC (formerly AT&T Broadband Corporation)
- Comcast MO Group, LLC (formerly Media One or Bell West)
- Comcast MO of Delaware, LLC
- Comcast Television 2
- Comcast Wholesale
- Xfinity Mobile
- Comcast Entertainment Television (CET)
- Comcast Television
- Xfinity Streampix
- Comcast Spectacor operating sports and entertainment venues
- In Demand Networks (33.3% with Cox Communications and Charter Communications)
- Comcast Spotlight (Advertising)
- Comcast Technology Solutions
- Comcast Ventures (formerly Comcast Interactive Capital)
- Headend in the Sky (HITS)
- iMedia Brands Inc. (12.5%)
- Leisure Arts
- Midco (49%)
- Music Choice LLC (Minority stake with Cox Communications, Charter Communications, Microsoft, Arris International and Sony Corporation of America)
- Sky One
- Sky Two
- Sky Arts
- Sky Atlantic
- Sky Cinema
- Sky Crime
- Sky News
- Sky Sports
- Sky Box Office
- Sky Cinema Box Office
- Sky Sports Box Office
- Sky 3D Box Office
- Sky 3D
- Sky Witness
- Sky Subscriber Services
- Sky In-Home Services
- Sky Home Communications
- Sports Internet Group
- British Interactive Broadcasting Holdings
- Aura Sports
- Aura Play
- Sky UK
- Sky Ireland
- Sky Deutschland
- Sky Italia
- Sky España
- Sky Q
- Bad Wolf Ltd (minority stake)
- Jupiter Entertainment (60%)
- Skybound Stories (Joint venture with Skybound Entertainment)
- Ginx TV Ltd (Joint venture with ITV plc)
- Love Productions (70%)
- Comcast Cable Communications, LLC (Xfinity)
- A&E Networks (15.8%, with The Walt Disney Company and Hearst)
- MGM Holdings (20%, with Sony Corporation of America, Providence Equity Partners, TPG Capital, DLJ Merchant Banking Partners and Quadrangle Group), split in 2010 due to the emergence from bankruptcy.
- Qubo (with Ion Media Networks, Scholastic Entertainment, Classic Media and Corus Entertainment): A children's programming block launched on September 9, 2006. NBC and Telemundo discontinued their Qubo blocks in 2012 after Comcast acquired NBCUniversal.
- QVC: Comcast sold its majority stake to Liberty Media in 2003
- Speed Channel: joint venture with Cox Communications and Fox Entertainment Group; Fox acquired Comcast and Cox's stakes in 2001
- TV One: 50% joint venture with Radio One, who acquired Comcast's stake in 2015
- The Weather Company – with private equity firms Bain Capital and The Blackstone Group: Originally a parent company of The Weather Channel. In January 2016, it was acquired by IBM.
- The Weather Channel – with private equity firms Bain Capital and The Blackstone Group: sold to Entertainment Studios.
- Pearl Studio (formerly known as Oriental DreamWorks) (45%, with China Media Capital, Shanghai Media Group and Shanghai Alliance Investment) NBCUniversal sold its stake in the studio in 2018 to CMC for restructuring and possibly problems with Chinese antitrust investigation.
- AwesomenessTV – sold to Viacom.
Dormant or shuttered
- Adelphia Communications Corporation: assets acquired by Time Warner Cable and Comcast in 2006
- Commuter Cable
- ExerciseTV (with Time Warner Cable, New Balance, and Jake Steinfeld)
- Group W Cable
- Susquehanna Communications
- TVWorks (67% with Cox Communications)
- Xfinity 3D
- Patriot Media
- MOJO HD (with Cox Communications and Time Warner Cable)
- Anime Selects
- AZN Television: TV channel focused on Asian and Asian-American culture; formerly known as International Channel from its foundation in 1996 to 2005; shut down in 2008
- Comcast/Charter Sports Southeast (with Charter Communications), shut down due to the loss of SEC rights to ESPN's SEC Network
- The Comcast Network
- Fearnet (with Lions Gate Entertainment and Sony Pictures Entertainment)
- G4 Media (88% with Dish Network)
- Gramercy Pictures
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