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Category: COMMUNICATIONS COMPANIES

  • Communications Companies
    • Ad Market
      • Max Headroom 1987 TV Series
        • Max Headroom version of the current Stock market, dealing in TV ad time instead of financial stocks (Season 1 episode episode War)
    • Adams Communications
    • American-Canadian Trans-Continental Communications Company
      • Bob 1992 TV Series
        • a.k.a. AmCanTranConComCo. Bob McKay's 1950s comic book superhero Mad-Dog is revived when the American-Canadian Trans-Continental Communications Company buys the rights to the series.
    • AOL-Time Warner-Taco Bell-U.S. Government Long-Distance Service
    • Archangel Network
      • Doctor Who 1963 TV Series
        • Mobile phone system broadcasting a subliminal hypnotic message on behalf of Mr Saxon/The Master in episodes The Sound of Drums and Last of the Time Lords.
    • The Blue Booth Network
      • Watchmen 2019 TV Series
        • Public phone booth intended for the public to send messages to Dr. Manhattanon Mars. (Season 1 episode She Was Killed by Space Junk)
    • Cabin Fever Production Code
    • CAL Communications
      • 24 2001 TV Series
        • California utility company that Jack and the patriot crew from Atlas Wrecking ambush, and then use as disguise to plant their bomb in CTU headquarters. (Season 2 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM)
    • Envy Multimedia
      • Tapeheads 1988 Film
        • Media company listed on the tenant sign in the foyer of the Martin-Victor building
    • FionaCom
      • Better Call Saul 2015 TV Series
        • Sign on wall at CC mobile, the cell phone retail chain store in Albuquerque where Jimmy takes a job. (Season 4 episode Talk)
    • Five Senses Telecommunications
      • Daredevil 2015 TV Series
        • Company name on the van Matt uses to transport Agent Nadeem to the courthouse to testify. (Season 3 episode One Last Shot)
    • Geocomtex
    • Grand Trunk Semaphore Company
      • Discworld Series 1983 Literature
        • a.k.a. "Grand Trunk", "Grand Trunk Company". The major clacks service provider in Ankh-Morpork (the semaphore system that is the fastest means of non-magical communication).
    • Helpful Helpdesk Inc.
      • Ready Player One 2011 Literature
        • One of the contract firms GSS uses to handle OASIS customer service and support, where Wade gets a job to pay the rent.
    • Hillston Telecom
      • Living With Yourself 2019 TV Series
        • Family-owned regional telecom, a cellular infrastructure company and client of Pool Branding, the advertising agency where Miles works. (Season 1 episode The Best You Can Be)
    • HSS Communications
      • The Morning Show 2019 TV Series
        • The Morning Show's mobile headquarters when traveling to California to report on the wildfires. (Season 1 episode The Pendulum Swings)
    • J. Hall Communications
      • The Secret Of My Success 1987 Film
        • Company that Brantley Foster adds to his resume when he struggles to find a job without any hard-nosed business experience. Assistant personnel manager, Junior purchasing agent.
    • Mascom Network
    • Mid Ohio Valley Telephone And Communications
    • Midwest Telecom
      • Painkiller Jane 2007 TV Series
        • The company logo the Neuro is wearing that the team encounters who can reset time to the beginning of the day. Episode: Playback
    • Palmetto Telesis
      • Lost 2004 TV Series
        • Kate calls US Marshal Edward Mars in a phone booth. (Season 3 episode I Do)
    • Panwest Telecom
      • Parallels 2015 Film
        • Communications company advertised on the slightly more futuristic version of Earth that the group visits.
    • PCD Telecom, LLC
      • 24 2001 TV Series
        • Operator of public pay phone on San Fernando Road that Nina mentions to Jack. (Season 1 episode 4:00 AM - 5:00 AM)
    • Plaza Cable real
      • Seinfeld 1989 TV Series
        • Cable company that Kramer avoids because they want to disconnect his illegal cable service. (Season 7 episode The Cadillac)
    • Radio Tests Ltd.
      • Moonraker 1955 Literature
        • Located in the big, grey building near Regents Park, along with other fictional businesses.
    • Rawley Prentice Media
    • Rebadow Media Publishers
    • Robertson Communications
      • NewsRadio 1995 TV Series
        • Mr. James almost sells the station to another company (Season 2 episode Station Sale)
    • Springfield Cable
      • The Simpsons 1989 Animated Series
        • Cable TV company, whose technician hooks Homer up with free cable. (Season 2 episode Homer vs. Lisa and the 8th Commandment)
    • Star Cellular
      • The Office 2005 TV Series
        • Cellular network provider that both Michael and Holly visit in order get a free stress ball. (Season 7 episode The Search)
    • Swann Communications
      • Smallville 2001 TV Series
        • Dr. Virgil Swann's company. "Only through communication will people live in peace" (Season 2 episode Rosetta)
    • Tender Branson Media and Merchandising Syndicate
      • Survivor 1999 Literature
        • Chapter 16. Corporation mentioned in the papers that Tender Branson's agent has him sign: At the end of the first quarter, the agent comes by to make me sign some papers. Profit-sharing documents, the agent tells me. The party known as Tender Branson, to be hereafter known as The Victim, grants the party hereafter known as The Agent the power to receive and distribute all monies payable to the Tender Branson Media and Merchandising Syndicate, including but not limited to book sales, broadcast programming, artwork, live performances, and cosmetics, namely men's cologne.
    • TMI
      • Seinfeld 1989 TV Series
        • Communications company that calls Jerry to see if he wants to change long distance service. (Season 4 episode The Pitch)
    • Tricomm
      • Ant-Man 2015 Film
        • Company name on the uniform Kurt picks up for the safe job
    • US Com
      • G.I. Joe: A Real American Hero 1982 Comic Books
        • Front truck the Joes leave in after abandoning the newstand where they were monitoring the bug they planted on the Cobra consulate building. (Issue #79 Dreadnoks Rule!) "Nationwide Communications"
    • VinylRight
      • The X-Files 1993 TV Series
        • Telemarketing company in Oak Brook, Illinois, where employee Gary Lambert believes that his boss Greg Pincus is an insect-like monster that only he can see in its true form. (Season 5 episode Folie Deux)
    • ZBX Telecom
      • Daddy's Home 2 2017 Film
        • Telecommunications company that charges Brad $20,000 for chopping down one of their transformers


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