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|Day's Range||57.16 - 58.53|
|52 Week Range||52.75 - 70.10|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||84.22|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||0.72 (1.25%)|
|1y Target Est||N/A|
Can Comcast Deliver in 4Q17? Comcast’s (CMCSA) NBCUniversal segment, which contributes nearly 38% of the company’s overall revenue, could generate stable revenue growth in 4Q17 and beyond fueled by an increased retransmission deal, its growing parks business, and strong movie pipelines and sports content. In the graph above, we can see the performance of the NBCUniversal segment over the last five quarters.
Can Comcast Deliver in 4Q17? Comcast (CMCSA) continues to improve its shareholder returns via strong share buybacks and regular dividend payments. At the end of September 2017, the company had paid back more than $2.4 billion worth of capital to its shareholders through buybacks and dividend payments compared to the $2 billion it paid back during the same period in 2016.
Rumors are swirling that small media conglomerate Viacom, Inc. (NASDAQ:VIA) might become big media conglomerate Viacom, Inc. again, and it might be the thing that saves VIA stock. Viacom was once a massive American media conglomerate that covered both the present-day Viacom (owner of multiple cable channels alongside the Paramount movie studio) and CBS Corporation (NYSE:CBS) (owner of a broadcast television business and several other digital properties). The only way VIA stock (and to a lesser extent, CBS stock) stay afloat over the next several years is if the two companies re-combine.
Despite a big drop for NFL regular-season viewership during the calendar year 2017, the league — and sports overall — still dominated the TV landscape. Among the 100 most-viewed shows on TV in 2017, 81 were sports telecasts, which is down from 88 in 2016. Only two scripted TV episodes were in the top 100 in 2016, whereas nine made the list in 2017.
Shari Redstone is advocating for new blood on the board of CBS Corp. as she renews her push to merge the company with Viacom, according to people familiar with the matter.
Stardust lets fans share short reaction clips to the movies and shows that they watch. Yahoo Finance’s Alexis Christoforous talks with Stardust CEO Derek Forbes about how the app is attracting millennials.