Cox Enterprises is a private, family-owned holding company with more than $20 billion in annual sales and operations spanning cable TV, broadcasting, publishing, and automobile listing services. Its flagship subsidiary, Cox Communications, is the #3 cable system operator (behind Comcast and Charter Spectrum) serving more than six million customers with TV, Internet, and digital phone services. Cox's media operations, overseen by Cox Media Group, include broadcast television stations, radio stations, daily newspapers, and non-daily publications. Cox Automotive acts as a clearing house for buying and selling cars through listing platforms like Autotrader, Dealer.com and Manheim (auto auctions).
Cox Enterprises operates through three business groups: Cox Communications, Cox Media Group (CMG), and Cox Automotive.
Cox Communications provides broadband communications and entertainment with products including digital video, internet, telephone and home security and automation services over its own IP network. The Cox Business subsidiary operates within this group and provides voice, video, and data solutions for commercial customers.
Cox Media Group is an integrated broadcasting, publishing, direct marketing, and digital media company. Its operations include broadcast television stations, radio stations, daily newspapers and non-daily publications. Some of its brands include CoxReps, WFTV9, The New 93Q Country, and WDS-TV ATlanta. It also operates several local and national advertising platform businesses.
Cox Automotive owns a collection of brands and platforms for buying and selling cars such as Autotrader, Dealer.com, Dealertrack, Kelly Blue Book, Manheim, Movex, and VinSolutions. It serves dealers, lenders, OEMs and consumers with services such as data and insights in consumer behavior, automotive trends, and inventory, sales, and marketing services.
The company operates worldwide in more than 100 countries, with a concentration in the US, Asia Pacific, and Europe.
The Cox organization has invested heavily in digital media and services in conjunction with its telecommunications infrastructure. The company has more than 100 online properties, including websites for its newspapers, television stations, and radio stations. Cox Communications plans to invest about $10 billion over the next five years to further upgrade its infrastructure.
Cox reorganized its media operations in 2009, forming Cox Media Group to oversee its broadcasting and publishing businesses. The company's direct marketing arm, Cox Target Media, now falls under the Cox Media Group's umbrella as well. Cox Enterprises acquired the remaining shares in Cox Radio for about $70 million to make the business a wholly-owned subsidiary. It had previously controlled about 95% of the broadcasting unit.
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