Companies that produce, acquire, market, and/or distribute motion picture, videos, television programs, and television commercials; and companies that acquire rights and engage in distributing film and video productions to theaters, television stations, and exhibitors.
Companies that create, operate, engage in, sell, and distribute media content in text, visual, or sound messages. The industry includes companies involved in the production, modification, transfer, distribution, replication, or publishing of media content (through television, radio, film and video, magazines, newspapers, books, billboards, electronic devices, and computer networks), companies engaged in media-related services (such as contracting with performers, providing technical pre-production, post-production, or publishing services, manufacturing related equipment and products, as well as companies involved in the distribution, reproduction, and sales of media content.
Companies that own, operate, and/or manage networks used for the transmission of audio programming to the public through radio stations or on the internet (including over-the-air broadcasts, cable, or satellite). Such programming may originate in their own studio, from an affiliated network, or from external sources.
Companies that engage in television production, broadcasting, distribution, programming, and related support services.
Companies that operate networks for transmitting audio-visual programming to the public through satellite and digital television networks. The broadcasters may produce programming in their own production facilities or acquire programming from production and distribution.
Companies that create, operate, engage in, sell, or distribute recorded music, and companies engaged in related services (including post-production services, copyright and licensing, publishing, master recording, releasing, promoting, editing, manufacturing related equipment and products, CD and tape duplication, and other services).
Companies that operate networks used for transmitting audio-visual programming to the public. TV broadcasters may transmit programming directly to the public (Free to Air and Open Air) or through satellite and cable operators (Cable/Satellite Pay). TV broadcasters may produce programming in their own production facilities or acquire programming from production and distribution companies.
Companies that produce and publish books, coming books, trading cards, directories, yellow pages, greeting cards, newspapers, periodicals and magazines, as well as internet publishers.
Companies that contract with artists and finance the production of original master recordings, companies that engage in releasing, licensing, and marketing master recordings, and companies that acquire reproduction and distribution rights and engage in distributing tapes and CDs to retailers, wholesalers, or the public.
Companies that produce and publish magazines or periodicals. The companies' activities include gathering, writing, and editing articles, as well as selling and preparing advertisements.
Companies that acquire, market and distribute motion picture, videos, television programs, or commercials; and companies engaged in related services (including pre-production and post-production services, and manufacturing related equipment and products).