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Comcast Should Generate Strong Cash Flow Even as Growth Slows

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| Michael Hodel, CFA |

Comcast’s core cable business, which accounts for more than half of the firm’s value, enjoys significant competitive advantages but will likely see growth slow as competition for incremental customers heats up. NBCUniversal isn’t as well positioned but holds unique assets, including core content franchises and theme parks, that should help the transition

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Comcast Corp Class A's Company Profile

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Comcast is made up of three parts. The core cable business owns networks capable of providing television, internet access, and phone services to roughly 61 million U.S. homes and businesses, or nearly half of the country. About 57% of the homes in this territory subscribe to at least one Comcast service. Comcast acquired NBCUniversal from General Electric in 2011. NBCU owns several cable networks, including CNBC, MSNBC, and USA, the NBC broadcast network, several local NBC affiliates, Universal Studios, and several theme parks. Sky, acquired in 2018, is the dominant television provider in the U.K. and has invested heavily in exclusive and proprietary content to build this position. The firm is also the largest pay-television provider in Italy and has a presence in Germany and Austria.

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One Comcast Center
Philadelphia, PA, 19103-2838
T +1 215 286-1700
Sector Communication Services
Industry Telecom Services
Most Recent Earnings Mar 31, 2022
Fiscal Year End Dec 31, 2022
Stock Type Classic Growth
Employees 189,000

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