The cable giant Comcast made history this week, becoming the first company in the US to be listed as a corporation in the National Register of Corporations.
Comcast’s $45.5 billion in revenues for the first quarter of 2018 were up 19% from the same period in 2017, and the cable giant is now the seventh-largest cable company in America, behind Time Warner Cable and AT&T.
It also beat rivals Charter Communications, Comcast and Time Warner in the quarter, according to the proxy filing.
The company is still dwarfed by its competitors in cable television, however.
It has been valued at over $90 billion, and according to analysts, that number is likely to grow in the coming years as more households add high-speed internet and the number of subscribers grows.