|会社名||Comcast Corp （コムキャスト）|
|分野（sector）||Consumer Services 消費者サービス|
|概要||事業概要 コムキャスト（Comcast Corporation）はメディア・技術会社である。同社は2つの事業を運営する。Comcastケーブル事業は、ケーブル通信事業である。NBCユニバーサル事業は、ケーブルネットワーク、放送テレビ、フィルムエンターテイメント及びテーマパークの4つの事業で運営する。ケーブル通信事業は、｢XFINITY｣ブランドの住宅顧客にビデオ、高速インターネットおよび音声サービスを提供するComcastケーブル事業で構成される。ケーブルネットワーク事業は国内のケーブルネットワークのポートフォリオで構成される。放送テレビ事業は、NBCおよびテレムンド放送ネットワークを運営する。映画娯事業は主に、世界中の映画娯楽を制作・買収・販売し、ライブ演劇を開発・制作・ライセンスする。テーマパーク事業は、主にフロリダ州オーランドとカリフォルニア州ハリウッドのユニバーサルテーマパークで構成される。 コムキャストは米国のケ―ブルテレビ事業者。ケ―ブル・コミュニケ―ション事業は、オンデマンド・サ―ビスを含むケ―ブルテレビ、高速インタ―ネット、IP電話サ―ビスを含む。NBCユニバ―サル事業は、テレビの番組編成、NBCとスペイン語テレビ局「テレムンド」運営、映画制作のユニバ―サル・ピクチャ―ズ、ユニバ―サル・スタジオの運営など。本社はフィラデルフィア。 Comcast Corp. is a media, entertainment, and communications company, which engages in the provision of video, Internet, and phone services. It operates through the following segments: Cable Communications, Cable Networks, Broadcast Television, Filmed Entertainment, Theme Parks, and Corporate and Other. The Cable Communications segment provides video, Internet, voice, and security and automation services under the Xfinity brand. The Cable Networks segment consists of national cable networks, regional sports, news networks, international cable networks, and cable television studio production operations. The Broadcast Television segment includes NBC and Telemundo broadcast networks. The Filmed Entertainment segment involves in the production, acquisition, marketing, and distribution of filmed entertainment. The Theme Parks segment consists of Universal theme parks in Orlando, Florida; Hollywood, California; and Osaka, Japan. The Corporate and Other segment includes operations of other business interests, primarily of Comcast Spectacor. The company was founded by Ralph J. Roberts in 1963 and is headquartered in Philadelphia, PA.|
|本社所在地||One Comcast Center Philadelphia PA 19103-2838 USA|
|代表者氏名||Brian L. Roberts ブライアン・L・ロバーツ|
|代表者役職名||Chairman of the Board President Chief Executive Officer 取締役会長兼最高経営責任者（CEO）|
|市場名||NASDAQ National Market System|
|決算概要||2018年6月30日に終了した6ヶ月間、Comcast Corporationの収益は6％増加して44.53Bになりました。特別項目計上前の純利益は22％増の6.21億ドルでした。収入はブロードキャスト・テレビジョン・セグメントの32％増の5.89億ケーブル・コミュニケーション・セグメントの4％増の$ 27.23Bを反映しています。純利益は、その他の収益（損失）純利益が86百万ドルから195百万ドル（利益）に増加したことによるものであった。広告宣伝費および販促費は1％減の3.26B（費用）であった。|
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Xfinity had a nationwide outage Thursday hours after Comcast had a quarterly earnings call where company officials talked about losing TV customers.
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CBS : ViacomCBS and Comcast Announce Content Carriage Agreement | MarketScreener 2020/01/08 14:23:06 MarketScreener
VIACOMCBS AND COMCAST ANNOUNCE CONTENT CARRIAGE AGREEMENT Deal Includes Retransmission Consent for 23 CBS-Owned Stations in 15 Markets as well as SHOWTIME, CBS… | January 8, 2020
ViacomCBS and Comcast Announce Content Carriage Agreement 2020/01/08 14:00:00 Business Wire
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