On November 16, 2017, NBCUniversal's parent company Comcast made a bid to acquire 21st Century Fox's filmed entertainment, cable entertainment, and international assets, ten days after The Walt Disney Company (at the time, owners of rival network ABC, cable sports channel ESPN and theme park Walt Disney World) was reported to be negotiating ...
NBC Universal Cable Entertainment & Cable Studios. In July 2008, Universal Cable Productions was split from Universal Media Studios (UMS) and placed into NBCUniversal's NBCU Cable Entertainment division. The unit was placed under the direction of a management team consisting of 5 executives.
- Mark Lazarus (Chairman)
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On July 21, 2009, Universal Cable Productions was split off from UMS and placed into NBCUniversal Cable Entertainment Group division. On September 14, 2011, Universal Media Studios was renamed to Universal Television. 
- NBCUniversal Television and Streaming
- NBCUniversal News Group
- Universal Studio Group
- Universal Parks and Resorts
- NBCUniversal Film and Entertainment
- Former Assets
1. A&E Networks (15.8%, with The Walt Disney Company and Hearst) 1.1. A&E 1.2. Crime & Investigation Network 1.3. FYI(formerly The Biography Channel) 1.4. The History Network 1.4.1. History en Español 1.4.2. Military History Channel 1.5. Lifetime 1.5.1. LMN(formerly Lifetime Movie Network) 1.5.2. LRW(formerly Lifetime Real Women) 2. AwesomenessTV: sold in 2018 to ViacomCBS 3. CIC Video: Paramount Home Entertainmentacquired Universal's stake in the company and absorbed it in 1999 4. Comcast Sp...
Dormant or shuttered
1. American Sports Classics 2. Anime Selects 3. AZN Television: TV channel focused on Asian and Asian-American culture; formerly known as International Channel from its foundation in 1996 to 2005; shut down in 2008 4. Chiller 4.1. Chiller Films 5. Cloo 6. The Comcast Network 7. Comcast/Charter Sports Southeast (with Charter Communications) 8. Comcast Sports Southwest 9. Esquire Network 10. Fearnet (with Lions Gate Entertainment and Sony Pictures Entertainment) 11. MountainWest Sports Network(...
The termination of Cloo on February 1, 2017, along with Esquire Network on June 28, and Universal HD (another NBCUniversal network rebranding as the Olympic Channel) on July 14, as non-prime networks in NBCU's cable portfolio were discontinued, portended Chiller's fate at the end of 2017.