|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 Sky. 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 Sky segment Consists of the operations of Sky, one of Europe's entertainment companies, which primarily includes a direct-to-consumer business, providing video, high-speed internet, voice and wireless phone services, and a content business, operating entertainment networks, the Sky News broadcast network and Sky Sports networks. 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。|
20201633: Trian Partners, L.P.; Comcast Corporation 2020/10/19 14:39:17 US Federal Trade Commission
The official website of the Federal Trade Commission, protecting America’s consumers for over 100 years.
Aruba, WWT Score Comcast Business Secure Work From Home Deal 2020/10/19 14:11:00 CRN
Here's a look at the blockbuster Comcast secure work from home deal won by Aruba and World Wide Technology (WWT).
Sources: Comcast's NBCUniversal and some PE firms approached Disney earlier this year about acquiring Hulu or operating it as a partnership, but were rebuffed (Lucas Shaw/Bloomberg) 2020/10/16 22:35:02 Techmeme
Lucas Shaw / Bloomberg : Sources: Comcast's NBCUniversal and some PE firms approached Disney earlier this year about acquiring Hulu or operating it as a partnership, but were rebuffed — Toward the end of 2019, Hulu delivered a proposal to Walt Disney Co., its controlling shareholder, outlining a strategy to expand …
Citibank reiterates Buys on cablecos in pre-earnings look (NASDAQ:CMCSA) 2020/10/16 17:09:05 Seeking Alpha
Citibank is reiterating its Buy ratings on top cablecos Comcast (CMCSA +0.9%) and Charter (CHTR -0.1%), in its latest pre-earnings estimate adjustment. On
Fox just made an aggressive bid for NFL football, and it could start a bidding war for one of TV's biggest prizes 2020/10/16 13:29:01 Business Insider
Summary List Placement Fox has submitted its bid to renew its NFL rights contract, kicking off a once-in-a-decade scramble among major media conglomerates aiming to pick up one of television's biggest ratings prizes, two people familiar with the matter confirmed. Other NFL TV partners are said to have submitted bids over the long Columbus Day weekend. One of the people believed Comcast had submitted its bid, though a rep was not immediately reachable for comment. The Fox bid, believed to be in the $2 billion range, is 50 percent larger than what the company offered back in the last cycle, according to a source close to the talks. Bloomberg was first to report the estimated price tag. It is unclear if the Fox bid is for the same set of rights it currently owns. Fox's bid has rankled other TV networks who may have been hoping to keep NFL fee increases in check as subscriber declines and the pandemic have wreaked havoc on TV's business model and viewing habits. When network owners negotiated deals last time around, the pay-TV ecosystem was still in growth mode.
'Big Cable' Lost Over $55 Million In Q2 Despite Lockdown-Driven Couch-Surfing 2020/08/29 01:40:00 Zero Hedge
'Big Cable' Lost Over $55 Million In Q2 Despite Lockdown-Driven Couch-Surfing Tyler Durden Fri, 08/28/2020 - 21:40 One would imagine, with tens of millions of Americans quarantined at home during the second quarter, that years of cord-cutting would not just subside but reverse. However, according to the website Kill The Cable Bill , people canceling their pay-TV subscriptions during the lockdown period accelerated. Kill The Cable Bill cited a report from Leichtman Research, revealing major cable companies lost 501,400 subscribers in the three months ending on June 30. Here's a breakdown of the exodus: Comcast: (478,000) Charter: +94,000 Cox: (50,000) Altice: (34,600) Mediacom: (17,000) Atlantic Broadband: (2,800) Cable One: (13,000) Kill The Cable Bill estimates the 501,400 subscriber decline equates to approximately $55 million loss for cable companies over the period. The most recent estimates put the average cable bill at $109.60 per month. So when you crunch the numbers, that means Big Cable lost about $54,953,440 from subscribers in the second quarter.
NBCUniversal jumps into sports betting with PointsBet deal 2020/08/28 14:50:08 New York Post
Comcast-owned NBCUniversal is getting into the sports betting game. The New York-based media giant has inked a multiyear partnership with Australia-based PointsBet, a rapidly expanding sports betting company that entered the US market last year. NBCU also will take an initial 4.9 percent stake in PointsBet and receive options for shares worth $105 million that…
International expansion will make or break streaming TV services. Experts explain the challenges Disney, WarnerMedia, Starz, and others face. 2020/08/24 15:46:34 Business Insider
Disney owes part of its early streaming success to its expansions into India and Western Europe — proving, as Netflix did, how crucial global audiences are in the streaming wars. Business Insider broke down what we know about how the various legacy-media companies are expanding their streaming businesses internationally, and what hurdles they'll face. Players including Disney and WarnerMedia will have to navigate pre-existing distribution deals and figure out which brands to peg their platforms to, experts told Business Insider. Disney and its rivals are also learning that some streaming markets may be more valuable than others. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories . Disney Plus is winning the early race among legacy media's nascent streaming services with 60.5 million paying subscribers in its first nine months. A chunk of Disney Plus' growth this past quarter came from its combined offering in India with Hotstar, a locally established streamer, and growth in the prior period came partly from Disney Plus' expansion into Western Europe.
Seeking nominations for the top executives leading the rise in free, ad-supported streaming TV in 2020 2020/08/20 21:31:03 Business Insider
Business Insider is seeking nominations for its second annual list of the top executives who are leading the rise of free, ad-supported streaming video. We want to hear from you. Please submit your ideas through this form by September 9. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories . People have been spending more time streaming video during the pandemic, and it's growing the market for ad-supported services. Nielsen looked at viewers during one week in July and found people were spending more time streaming video that wasn't supplied by one of the majors — Netflix, Hulu, YouTube, Amazon Prime Video, and Disney Plus — than they were last year. Of that "other" category, as Nielsen called it, ad-supported video-on-demand services like Vudu, Crackle, and Tubi made up 20% of the streaming share. Free, ad-supported services have also been among the hottest acquisition targets by major media companies of late, helping to legitimize the services and expand their reach. Fox snapped up Tubi, Comcast acquired Xumo, and Fandango bought Vudu this year.
Comcast Announces New Xfinity Offering to Help Educators Stay Connected This Fall 2020/08/20 15:00:00 Business Wire
PHILADELPHIA--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Comcast announced a new Xfinity Internet offer for K-12 teachers and university faculty to help connect educators as they prepare for the school year
Vermont AG Donovan Partners with Comcast to Address Shortage of Laptops in Time of Remote Learning 2020/05/05 17:39:23 STL.News
Vermont AG Donovan Partners with Comcast to Address Shortage of Laptops in Time of Remote Learning | STL.News
Trump calls on Comcast to investigate Joe Scarborough over 'Florida Cold Case' 2020/05/04 15:01:14 Washington Examiner
President Trump urged Comcast to investigate MSNBC anchor Joe Scarborough regarding the death of one of his former congressional interns.
Trump launches personal attack on Joe Scarborough demanding new probe into intern who died in 2001 2020/05/04 13:21:33 Daily Mail Online
Donald Trump demanded Comcast launch an investigation into MSNBC host Joe Scarborough, pointing to a 2001 incident when one of his interns died after falling at his Florida field office.
Trump wants Comcast to probe Joe Scarborough over Florida ‘cold case’ 2020/05/04 12:10:29 New York Post
President Trump on Monday took a shot at MSNBC’s Joe Scarborough – calling for “Concast” to probe him for a cold case involving the accidental death of an intern in his congressional office in 2001. “‘Concast’ should open up a long overdue Florida Cold Case against Psycho Joe Scarborough,” the president said, referring to NBC…