Digital Family Trees 2013

Digital Family Trees 2013 is a database showing key digital offerings of media companies and agency companies.

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The Media and Agency sections of this database were created Feb. 25, 2013. See About Digital Family Trees 2013, below.

Selected digital offerings of diversified U.S. media companies and digital-centric media firms.

Comcast Corp. [This record free to all users]

U.S. unique visitors: 69.3 million

  • Worldwide revenue (2012, 2011*)$62.570B$57.661B
    U.S. estimated media revenue (2011, 2010)$44.981B$44.563B
    U.S. media company rank (2011, 2010)11
    U.S. unique visitors in millions for Comcast and NBC Universal from ComScore Media Metrix for December 2012. *Pro forma 2011 worldwide revenue including NBC Universal and Universal Orlando.

    Revenue in $ billion. U.S. estimated media revenue and U.S. media company rank from Ad Age's 100 Leading Media Companies 2012 report.

    Comcast Corp. in January 2011 bought 51% stake in NBC Universal; General Electric Co. kept remaining 49%. Comcast in February 2013 agreed to buy GE's remaining 49% stake.


CBS Corp.





Microsoft Corp.

News Corp.

Time Warner



Walt Disney Co.



Selected digital properties of world's eight largest agency companies.

Aegis Group [This record free to all users]

Headquarters: London. Website:

  • Worldwide revenue (2012, 2011)NA$1.821B
    Agency company worldwide revenue rank (2012, 2011)NA8
    Worldwide revenue in $ billion. Agency company worldwide revenue ranking by Ad Age DataCenter.

    Dentsu in July 2012 signed a deal to acquire Aegis Group. The transaction was expected to be completed by the end of March 2013.


Hakuhodo DY Holdings


Interpublic Group of Cos.

Omnicom Group

Publicis Groupe


About Digital Family Trees 2013
Ad Age DataCenter created this database in conjunction with a pull-out Digital Family Trees poster in Ad Age's Feb. 25, 2013, Digital Issue.

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Ad Age asked media and agency companies to confirm listings and descriptions of digital offerings for Digital Family Trees 2013. Lists are not comprehensive. Companies may have digital assets not shown. Numbers are rounded. Companies are shown alphabetically.

The Media Companies section includes 15 diversified media firms and digital-centric media firms. U.S. media revenue figures are Ad Age DataCenter estimates from Ad Age's 100 Leading Media Companies (Oct. 1, 2012).

The Agency Companies section shows information on the world's eight largest agency firms.

Sources for Media Companies and Agency Companies (first two tabs): companies; Ad Age DataCenter; ComScore Media Metrix for unique visitors.