Big Three (American television)

In the United States, there are three major traditional commercial broadcast television networks — CBS (Columbia Broadcasting System), NBC (National Broadcasting Company), and ABC (American Broadcasting Company) — that due to their longevity and ratings success are referred to as the "Big Three." They dominated American television until the 1990s[1] and are still considered major U.S. broadcast companies.

The "Big Three" major US broadcast networks: CBS, NBC, and ABC

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