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  • Here's The Insanely Long List Of Things Comcast Would Own After Buying Time Warner Cable

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    Comcast announced plans to acquire Time Warner Cable for $45 billion today, which would produce an absolutely massive company if approved.

    In addition to being the largest cable provider in the U.S. with 23 million subscribers, Comcast owns a huge number of media and entertainment properties, especially since it completely acquired NBC Universal from GE in 2011.

    Time Warner Cable is the second-largest cable provider in the U.S. and has a few media properties, though since 2009 it has been distinct from the major media company Time Warner Inc.

    For a complete list of everything Comcast owns now, we turn to Columbia Journalism Review's excellent Who Owns What resource.
    Here's everything Comcast currently owns:



    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
    Page 2 of 5 - LX TV
    Skycastle Entertainment


    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

    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
    The Mtn.-Mountain West Sports Network
    Comcast Sports Southwest
    New England Cable News (Manages)
    NBC Sports Network
    The Comcast Network
    E! Entertainment Television
    Page 3 of 5 - G4
    Golf Channel
    Oxygen Media
    The Style Network
    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)


    Universal Pictures
    Focus Features
    Universal Studios Home Entertainment

    Parks and Resorts

    Universal Parks and Resorts

    Digital Media

    Hulu (32%)
    CNBC Digital


    XFINITY Internet
    XFINITY Voice

    Sports Management

    Philadelphia Flyers
    Wells Fargo Center
    Global Spectrum (Public Assembly Management)
    Ovations Food Services
    Page 4 of 5 - Front Row Marketing Services
    New Era Tickets (ComcastTIX)
    Flyers Skate Zone


    Comcast Ventures, which is invested in numerous companies.

    And now onto Time Warner Cable:

    Local channels

    Time Warner Cable News

    Regional Sports Networks

    Metro Sports
    Time Warner Cable Sports
    Time Warner Cable SportsNet
    Time Warner Cable Deportes
    TWC Sports 32


    Adelphia — cable television company in PA
    NaviSite — cloud and hosting services company
    Insight Communications — cable operator
    DukeNet Communications —Fiber optic network
    Time Warner Cable Internet
    Time Warner Cable Media (advertising)

    Here are all of the cable regions Comcast will now acquire:

    • West Coast

    California - Barstow, Desert Cities, Los Angeles, (north) San Diego, San Bernardino

    Hawaii (Operating as Oceanic Time Warner Cable)
    • Midwest

    Kansas - Kansas City

    Missouri - Kansas City
    Ohio - Akron, Canton, Cincinnati, Cleveland, Columbus, Dayton, Findlay/Lima, and Youngstown Kentucky - Lexington, Louisville, Northern Kentucky, Ashland
    Pennsylvania - Erie County, Sharon
    Wisconsin - Green Bay and Milwaukee
    • Northeast


    New Hampshire - Berlin, Keene
    Massachusetts - Athol, Pittsfield
    Upstate New York
    • New York Cluster

    New Jersey - Bergen County, Hudson County

    Page 5 of 5 - New York - New York City (Manhattan, Queens, Staten Island, most of western Brooklyn), Mount Vernon (Westchester County, rest of county is Cablevision)
    • The Carolinas Cluster

    North Carolina - Charlotte, Raleigh, Greensboro, and Wilmington

    South Carolina - Columbia, Sumter, Florence, Summerville, Hilton Head and Myrtle Beach.
    • Texas Cluster

    Texas - Arlington, Austin, Beaumont/Port Arthur, Corpus Christi, Dallas, El Paso, Harlingen, Killeen/Temple, Laredo, Rio Grande Valley, San Antonio, Waco, and Wichita Falls

    • National

    Alabama - Dothan, Enterprise

    Arizona - Yuma
    California - El Centro
    Colorado - Gunnison, Telluride
    Idaho - Coeur d'Alene, Moscow
    Indiana - Terre Haute
    Washington - Pullman
    • South West Ohio Division West Virginia - Clarksburg
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    SEE ALSO: Here's the one sentence that has every Comcast and TWC employee terrified
    AND: What a Comcast / TWC merger could mean for Hollywood
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