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CMCSA's Source of Revenues Comcast's Customers have recorded an advance in their cost of revenue by 1.91 % in the 4 quarter 2020 year on year, sequentially costs of revenue grew by 26.99 %, for the same period Comcast Corporation revnue deteriorated by -2.43 % year on year, sequentially revenue grew by 8.52 %.

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Comcast's Customers have recorded an advance in their cost of revenue by 1.91 % in the 4 quarter 2020 year on year, sequentially costs of revenue grew by 26.99 %, for the same period Comcast Corporation revnue deteriorated by -2.43 % year on year, sequentially revenue grew by 8.52 %.

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Customers Net Income fell in Q4 by Customers Net margin fell to %
-76.57 % 2.16 %



Comcast's Customers, Q4 2020 Revenue Growth By Industry
Customers in Advertising Industry -10.45 %   
Customers in Broadcasting Media & Cable TV Industry -11.27 %   
Customers in Educational Services Industry      3.08 %
Customers in Personal Services Industry -68.99 %   
Customers in Print Media & Newspaper Publishing Industry      0.79 %
Customers in Internet Services & Social Media Industry -81.52 %   
Customers in Transport & Logistics Industry -69.63 %   
Customers in Natural Gas Utilities Industry    
     
• Customers Valuation • Segment Rev. Growth • Segment Inc. Growth • Customers Mgmt. Effect.


Comcast's Comment on Sales, Marketing and Customers



Cable Services, we offer our services directly to residential and business customers through our customer service call centers, customer service centers, door-to-door selling, direct mail advertising, television advertising, Internet advertising, local media advertising, telemarketing and retail outlets. We market our cable services both individually and as bundled services.

Our Cable Networks segment generates revenue primarily from the distribution of our cable network programming and from the sale of advertising. Distribution revenue is generated from distribution agreements with multichannel video providers. Advertising revenue is generated from the sale of advertising time on our cable networks and related digital media properties. We also generate content licensing and other revenue primarily from the licensing of our owned programming on various distribution platforms in the United States and internationally.

Our Broadcast Television segment generates revenue primarily from the sale of advertising, from content licensing and from fees received under retransmission consent agreements. Advertising revenue is generated from the sale of advertising time on our broadcast networks, owned local television stations and related digital media properties. Content licensing revenue is generated from the licensing of our owned programming in the United States and internationally, including to cable and broadcast networks and to digital distributors. Our owned local television stations receive fees from multichannel video providers in exchange for retransmission consent that allows carriage of the stations’ signals. We also receive a portion of the retransmission fees received by our NBC affiliated broadcast television stations. We expect these fees to continue to increase in the future as we, as well as our NBC affiliated broadcast television stations, renegotiate distribution agreements with multichannel video providers. We also generate revenue from the sale of our owned programming on standard-definition DVDs and Blu ray discs (together, “DVDs”) and through other online digital distributors such as iTunes.

Our broadcast television production operations develop and produce original content, including scripted and unscripted series and talk shows. This original content is licensed to broadcast networks, cable networks and local broadcast television stations owned by us and third parties, as well as to digital distributors, and is sold in DVD format, both in the United States and internationally. We also produce “first-run” syndicated shows, which are programs for initial exhibition on local television stations in the United States, on a market-by-market basis, without prior exhibition on a network. We currently distribute some of our television programs after their initial exhibition, as well as older television programs from our library, to local broadcast television stations and cable networks in the off-network syndication market.

The majority of our produced and acquired films are initially distributed for exhibition in movie theaters. After their release in movie theaters, we sell and license our films through various methods. We distribute our films globally by selling them in DVD format to retail stores, rental kiosks and subscription by mail services and by selling electronic copies through digital distributors and video-on-demand services provided by multichannel video providers, including our Cable Communications segment. We also license our films, including selections from our film library, to cable, broadcast and premium networks, to digital distributors, and to video-on-demand and pay-per-view services. The volume of our content that is made available through digital distributors is increasing as consumers continue to seek alternative ways to view our content.

Our Filmed Entertainment segment generates revenue primarily from the worldwide distribution of our produced and acquired films for exhibition in movie theaters, the sale of our owned and acquired films in home entertainment formats, such as DVDs, and the licensing of our owned and acquired films. We also generate revenue from producing and licensing live stage plays and distributing filmed entertainment produced by third parties as well as from various digital media properties.

Our Theme Parks segment generates revenue primarily from theme park attendance and per capita spending at our Universal theme parks in Orlando and Hollywood. Per capita spending includes ticket price and in-park spending on food, beverages and merchandise. We also receive fees from the third parties that own and operate Universal Studios Japan and Universal Studios Singapore for intellectual property licenses and other services.


Comcast's Comment on Sales, Marketing and Customers


Cable Services, we offer our services directly to residential and business customers through our customer service call centers, customer service centers, door-to-door selling, direct mail advertising, television advertising, Internet advertising, local media advertising, telemarketing and retail outlets. We market our cable services both individually and as bundled services.

Our Cable Networks segment generates revenue primarily from the distribution of our cable network programming and from the sale of advertising. Distribution revenue is generated from distribution agreements with multichannel video providers. Advertising revenue is generated from the sale of advertising time on our cable networks and related digital media properties. We also generate content licensing and other revenue primarily from the licensing of our owned programming on various distribution platforms in the United States and internationally.

Our Broadcast Television segment generates revenue primarily from the sale of advertising, from content licensing and from fees received under retransmission consent agreements. Advertising revenue is generated from the sale of advertising time on our broadcast networks, owned local television stations and related digital media properties. Content licensing revenue is generated from the licensing of our owned programming in the United States and internationally, including to cable and broadcast networks and to digital distributors. Our owned local television stations receive fees from multichannel video providers in exchange for retransmission consent that allows carriage of the stations’ signals. We also receive a portion of the retransmission fees received by our NBC affiliated broadcast television stations. We expect these fees to continue to increase in the future as we, as well as our NBC affiliated broadcast television stations, renegotiate distribution agreements with multichannel video providers. We also generate revenue from the sale of our owned programming on standard-definition DVDs and Blu ray discs (together, “DVDs”) and through other online digital distributors such as iTunes.

Our broadcast television production operations develop and produce original content, including scripted and unscripted series and talk shows. This original content is licensed to broadcast networks, cable networks and local broadcast television stations owned by us and third parties, as well as to digital distributors, and is sold in DVD format, both in the United States and internationally. We also produce “first-run” syndicated shows, which are programs for initial exhibition on local television stations in the United States, on a market-by-market basis, without prior exhibition on a network. We currently distribute some of our television programs after their initial exhibition, as well as older television programs from our library, to local broadcast television stations and cable networks in the off-network syndication market.

The majority of our produced and acquired films are initially distributed for exhibition in movie theaters. After their release in movie theaters, we sell and license our films through various methods. We distribute our films globally by selling them in DVD format to retail stores, rental kiosks and subscription by mail services and by selling electronic copies through digital distributors and video-on-demand services provided by multichannel video providers, including our Cable Communications segment. We also license our films, including selections from our film library, to cable, broadcast and premium networks, to digital distributors, and to video-on-demand and pay-per-view services. The volume of our content that is made available through digital distributors is increasing as consumers continue to seek alternative ways to view our content.

Our Filmed Entertainment segment generates revenue primarily from the worldwide distribution of our produced and acquired films for exhibition in movie theaters, the sale of our owned and acquired films in home entertainment formats, such as DVDs, and the licensing of our owned and acquired films. We also generate revenue from producing and licensing live stage plays and distributing filmed entertainment produced by third parties as well as from various digital media properties.

Our Theme Parks segment generates revenue primarily from theme park attendance and per capita spending at our Universal theme parks in Orlando and Hollywood. Per capita spending includes ticket price and in-park spending on food, beverages and merchandise. We also receive fees from the third parties that own and operate Universal Studios Japan and Universal Studios Singapore for intellectual property licenses and other services.








CMCSA's vs. Customers, Data

(Revenue and Income for Trailing 12 Months, in Millions of $, except Employees)



COMPANY NAME MARKET CAP REVENUES INCOME EMPLOYEES
Comcast Corporation 257,280 103,564 10,701 -
United Breweries Co Inc 0 2,646 211 0
Gannett Co Inc 736 3,331 -672 31,250
Interpublic Group Of Companies Inc 11,413 9,061 354 47,400
Omnicom Group Inc 16,429 13,171 1,021 0
Graham Holdings Co 2,898 2,889 300 0
Expedia Group Inc 24,123 5,199 -2,728 18,210
Stars Group Inc. 7,798 2,528 62 0
Meredith Corporation 1,614 2,908 -289 3,500
TRIBUNE COMPANY 0 0 0 0
Monster Worldwide, Inc. 0 1,416 0 4,000
Convergys Corp. 2,397 2,739 113 0
Time Warner Inc. 91,303 50,198 3,691 34,000
Viacom Inc 9,785 12,890 1,672 0
Walt Disney Co 365,657 58,543 -6,065 180,000
News Corporation 14,435 15,805 -9,936 0
Scripps Networks Interactive, Inc. 11,828 3,562 814 2,100
Fox Corporation 25,398 12,303 1,062 20,500
The E w Scripps Company 19,409 1,857 269 2,100
Netflix Inc 232,142 24,996 2,761 2,045
Elong, Inc. 0 0 0 4,564
China Digital Tv Holding Co., Ltd. 1 6 -4 131
Liberty Tripadvisor Holdings inc 408 604 -862 0
Sabre Corporation 4,775 1,334 -1,272 9,000
Trivago N v 1,332 279 -275 0
Tripadvisor Inc 7,004 604 -289 3,228
Roku Inc 45,052 1,778 -18 817
SUBTOTAL 895,937 230,649 -10,078 362,845


       
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