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Founded November 15, 1926
President Robert Greenblatt
Company NBCUniversal
Notable Series The Voice
The Blacklist
Dateline NBC
This Is Us
Sunday Night Football

NBC (The National Broadcasting Company) is a diverse international media company, based in the United States. NBC was co-founded on November 15, 1926 by the General Electric, RCA, and Westinghouse companies.



While originally a radio broadcaster, NBC was granted the first commercial television license in the U.S. and started to broadcast television programming in the 1940s. By 1963, NBC was the first company to broadcast most of their programs in color, with Bonanza in 1959, being the first all-color program.

Throughout its history the NBC network has been identifiable by prominent audio and visual trademarks. First used in radio, the NBC three-note sound 'jingle' (consisting of the notes: G E C) has the distinguishment of the first audio trademark accepted by the U.S. Patent Office. NBC is also associated with the visual of a peacock. Having its origins in NBC's 1959 color broadcasting tests, the 'peacock' logo has become a widely recognized symbol of the company.

In addition to its television network, NBC's media assets include CNBC, MSNBC, Bravo and the Spanish-language network Telemundo. NBC and its components were bought by cable conglomerate Comcast.


Primetime Shows (2023-2024 Season)


New and returning series
Mid-season series
Summer series (2024)
  • TBD
Canceled or ended in 2022-23


Non-primetime news
Late night shows
Saturday morning children's shows (The More You Know)

Current Primetime Schedule

Day 7:00 7:30 8:00 8:30 9:00 9:30 10:00 10:30
Monday American Ninja Warrior The Weakest Link
Tuesday America's Got Talent Quantum Leap
Wednesday America's Got Talent Night Court Night Court Chicago P.D.
Thursday Password American Ninja Warrior
Friday America's Got Talent Dateline NBC
Saturday College football
Sunday Football Night in America Sunday Night Football

Current Non-Primetime Schedule


Day 7:00AM 7:30AM 8:00AM 8:30AM 9:00AM 9:30AM 10:00AM 10:30AM 11:00AM 11:30AM 12:00PM 12:30PM
Weekday Today

Sunday Meet the Press Chuck Todd

Afternoon and Evening

Day 1:00PM 1:30PM 2:00PM 2:30PM 3:00PM 3:30PM 4:00PM 4:30PM 5:00PM 5:30PM 6:00PM 6:30PM
Weekday NBC News Daily NBC Nightly News with Lester Holt
Weekend Various Sports NBC Nightly News

Late Night

Day 11:00PM 11:35PM 12:05AM 12:35AM 1:05AM
Weekday The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon Late Night with Seth Meyers
Saturday Saturday Night Live

NBC Universal Owned-and-operated stations

NBC Universal owns and operates the following affiliates:

DMA Location Call Digital Virtual Network
1 New York City, NY WNBC 28 4 NBC
2 Los Angeles, CA KNBC 36 4
3 Chicago, IL WMAQ-TV 29 5
4 Philadelphia, PA WCAU 34 10
5 Dallas/Ft. Worth, TX KXAS-TV 24 5
6 Washington, DC WRC-TV 34 4
8 San Francisco/San Jose/Oakland, CA KNTV 12 11
10 Boston, MA WBTS-LD 32 15
WYCN[1] 36 8
16 Miami, FL WTVJ 31 6
29 San Diego, CA KNSD 40 39
32 New Britain/Hartford, CT WVIT 35 30
  1. Licensed to Nashua N H; repeater for WBTS

NBC Universal Owned stations

NBC Universal owns the following stations:

Location Call Digital Virtual Network
New York City N Y WNJU[1] 36 47 Univision
Los Angeles CA KMEX 34
Boston MA WNEU 34 60 Telemundo
Washington D C WZDC 48 (34) 25
Hartford CT WRDM 19 (31) 50
Orlando FL WTMO 31
Tampa FL WRMD 49
Ft. Myers FL WWDT 43
Providence R I WRIW 36 50
Raleigh N C WZGS 44 Independent
El Paso TX KDTO 47 (26) 48 Telemundo
Richmond VA WZDT 45
Springfield MA WDMR[2] 51 50

Channel in italics indicates relocation of that station's digital broadcasts when repacking starts.

  1. Channel sharing with WNBC
  2. Simulcast of WRMD in Hartford CT

Previous Logos

External Sites

  • Official website for NBC