List of Broadcasting Companies

List of the top broadcasting companies in the world, listed by their prominence with corporate logos when available. This list of major broadcasting companies includes the largest and most profitable broadcasting businesses, corporations, agencies, vendors and firms in the world. If you are wondering what the biggest broadcasting companies are, then this list has you covered. This list includes the most famous broadcasting companies in the industry, so if you're thinking of working in the broadcasting industry you might want to look to these companies for jobs. This list includes names of both small and big broadcasting businesses.

Companies include everything from Google to Motorola.

This list answers the questions, "What are the biggest broadcasting companies in the world?" and "What are the most successful broadcasting companies?"
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  • 1worldspace
    Radio Broadcasting Stations, Broadcasting
    1worldspace, formerly known as 'WorldSpace', is a defunct satellite radio network that in its heyday provided service to over 170,000 subscribers in eastern and southern Africa, the Middle East, and much of Asia with 96% coming from India. It was profitable in India, with 450,000 subscribers. Timbre Media along with Saregama India planned to relaunch the company. The satellites AfriStar and AsiaStar however are now being used by the Yazmi USA, LLC run by WorldSpace's former CEO Noah A. Samara. The company claims to have built the first satellite-to-tablet content delivery system. The system primarily aims at providing educational services to rural areas in developing countries. The first pilots of the technology are said to be taking place in India and the sub-Saharan region in Africa, with the latest trials in two schools in South Africa, in Rietkol, in Mpumalanga Province, and at Heathfield, in Western Cape.
  • A&E Networks
    Mass media, Broadcasting
    A&E Networks is an American media company that owns a group of television channels available via cable & satellite in the U.S. and abroad. A&E stands for Arts & Entertainment. The company is a joint venture between Hearst Corporation and Disney-ABC Television Group, a subsidiary of The Walt Disney Company.
  • Acadia Broadcasting

    Acadia Broadcasting

    Radio Broadcasting, Broadcasting
    Acadia Broadcasting Limited is a commercial radio broadcasting company with its headquarters located on historic King Street in Saint John, New Brunswick, Canada. Its owner is Ocean Capital Investments, New Brunswick Limited. The focus is providing local radio for the communities it serves, live-to-air streaming on the internet and podcasts. Acadia Broadcasting operates four radio stations in New Brunswick and two in Nova Scotia under the Acadia Broadcasting name. In 2007, Acadia Broadcasting acquired Fawcett Broadcasting with its three northwestern Ontario radio stations. In January 2010 Acadia acquired two more stations in Thunder Bay, ON. In March 2014, Acadia acquired another station in Moncton, NB.
  • Act III Broadcasting

    Act III Broadcasting

    Act III Broadcasting was a company that owned several television stations that started as independents, and later became Fox affiliates. The stations were located in medium-sized DMA's and were primarily UHF stations. Act III Broadcasting was in business from 1985 to 1994 when it was sold to ABRY Partners for $500 million. Legendary TV producer Norman Lear owned a controlling stake in Act III Broadcasting through his company Act III Communications.
  • Adell Broadcasting

    Adell Broadcasting

  • AMCR
    Music, Broadcasting