5. Disney Channel: $9.3 billion
The Disney Channel offers seasonal programming blocks, or a different them recurring every summer, Christmas, New Year, and October for Halloween. Sister companies of the Disney Channel include Disney XD (Extreme Digital), which is aimed at young males aged 7 to 14, and Disney Junior.
4. TBS: $9.6 billion
Owned by Time Warner, TBS primarily shows reruns of sitcoms and its own original comedies, although it doesn’t show news. TBS is responsible for the comedies Cougar Town, Who Gets the Last Laugh, and Sullivan and Son. The daytime hours show reruns of comedy classics which include the Fresh Prince of Bel-air, The King Of Queens, Everybody Loves Raymond, Seinfeld, and The Big Bang Theory.
3. Fox News: $11.4 billion
The Fox News Channel is owned by the Fox Entertainment Group, which is currently subscribed to by over 102 million people in the United States and abroad. The channel airs 15 hours of live shows per day, with video news clips also available on the Fox websites.
2. TNT: $ 13 billion
The Turner Network Television, a subsidiary of Time Warner, has a focus on drama in its television series and films although they also show professional sports broadcasts. Feature films are an important aspect of TNT shows, as they also include films from sister companies Warner Brothers, Columbia Pictures, Touchstone Cinemas, New Line Cinema, and Universal Pictures.
1. ESPN: $25.6 billion
ESPN takes the cake for the most valuable television network in the world, with its range of sports-centered talk shows and live broadcasting making it one of the most-watched and successful channels. Sportscenter is the channel’s original flagship show, which is a daily sports news show bringing viewers the latest in sports news and events