Industries & Professions /
Media and Entertainment
The media and entertainment industry is made up of the following sectors: print, film and television, radio, video games, and online (including software). Companies in these sectors range from massive, multinational corporations to “mom-and-pop” businesses. Today, large media companies often produce content for several sectors of the industry. One example of a multimedia company is the Tribune Company, which owns 10 daily newspapers and commuter tabloids, 23 television stations, WGN America (a cable channel), and WGN-AM (a radio station).
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