Comcast, the largest cable operator in the United States, reported excellent results in the fourth quarter, raising its dividend by 7 percent.

“For the third consecutive year, we generated the highest revenue, adjusted Ebitda and adjusted Eps in our company’s history. We also posted the highest adjusted Ebitda ever in theme parks, we are the No. 1 studio at the global box office for the first time since 2015, and we maintained Peacock’s position as the fastest-growing streamer in the U.S.,” noted CEO Brian Roberts.

The U.S. media giant added 310,000 wireless subscribers, surpassing revisions while losing about 389,000 video subscribers. At the opening of the stock market on Wall Street, the stock rose sharply (+5.05 percent).

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