The largest television network in the United States is the National Broadcasting Company (NBC). NBC is owned by the Comcast Corporation, a global mass media and telecommunications conglomerate headquartered in Philadelphia.
NBC has been broadcasting since 1926, and is now one of the Big Three national television networks in the United States. NBC is broadcast in all 50 states and reaches more than 96% of American households. It has more than 200 owned-and-operated and affiliated stations throughout the United States and its territories.
NBC is home to some of the most popular and long-running television shows on the air. It is the current home of the popular sitcom “The Office” and the hit drama series “This is Us.” Other popular NBC shows include “Saturday Night Live,” “The Voice,” “The Blacklist,” “The Good Place,” “Chicago Fire,” “Law & Order: Special Victims Unit,” “Will & Grace,” and “The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon.”
In addition to its network and affiliate stations, NBC also operates several cable networks, including NBC Sports, NBCSN, NBCUniversal News, and USA Network. It also owns channels and networks like MSNBC, CNBC, Telemundo, Syfy, Bravo, Oxygen, and E!.
NBC is also home to numerous digital platforms, including NBC.com, NBC News Digital, NBC Sports Digital, NBC Sports Gold, and NBC Sports for Android and iOS. It also owns streaming services like Hulu, Peacock, and FuboTV.
NBC has been recognized with numerous Emmy Awards, Peabody Awards, and Golden Globe Awards. It has also been recognized for its commitment to diversity and inclusion, with its NBCUniversal Impact Awards recognizing individuals and organizations that have made an impact in their communities.