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Pro Forma Consolidated Revenue

($ in millions; unaudited)

1Q
Video1
High-Speed Internet
Voice
Business Services
Advertising
Other2
Total Cable Communications

2Q

2014
3Q

4Q

FY

1Q

2Q

2015
3Q

4Q

FY

2016
1Q

$5,178
$2,750
$920
$919
$507
$483
$10,757

$5,239
$2,819
$922
$966
$587
$503
$11,036

$5,179
$2,840
$913
$1,013
$596
$509
$11,050

$5,187
$2,912
$916
$1,062
$698
$547
$11,322

$20,783
$11,321
$3,671
$3,960
$2,388
$2,042
$44,165

$5,331
$3,044
$906
$1,116
$499
$545
$11,441

$5,431
$3,101
$903
$1,163
$577
$565
$11,740

$5,348
$3,129
$900
$1,211
$588
$575
$11,751

$5,416
$3,197
$899
$1,261
$634
$589
$11,996

$21,526
$12,471
$3,608
$4,751
$2,298
$2,274
$46,928

$5,538
$3,275
$896
$1,311
$559
$625
$12,204

Advertising
Distribution
Content Licensing and Other
Total Cable Networks

$896
$1,473
$136
$2,505

$945
$1,270
$261
$2,476

$796
$1,281
$178
$2,255

$857
$1,283
$187
$2,327

$3,494
$5,307
$762
$9,563

$851
$1,358
$150
$2,359

$917
$1,341
$192
$2,450

$813
$1,392
$207
$2,412

$854
$1,370
$183
$2,407

$3,435
$5,461
$732
$9,628

$851
$1,438
$164
$2,453

Advertising
Content Licensing
Distribution and Other
Total Broadcast Television

$1,833
$496
$292
$2,621

$1,245
$344
$227
$1,816

$1,153
$402
$215
$1,770

$1,657
$327
$351
$2,335

$5,888
$1,569
$1,085
$8,542

$1,539
$485
$224
$2,248

$1,250
$320
$243
$1,813

$1,185
$537
$249
$1,971

$1,773
$442
$283
$2,498

$5,747
$1,784
$999
$8,530

$1,275
$490
$319
$2,084

Theatrical
Content Licensing
Home Entertainment
Other
Total Filmed Entertainment

$376
$465
$351
$159
$1,351

$195
$462
$364
$155
$1,176

$265
$439
$321
$161
$1,186

$265
$426
$421
$183
$1,295

$1,101
$1,792
$1,457
$658
$5,008

$371
$538
$364
$173
$1,446

$1,406
$367
$322
$171
$2,266

$886
$496
$379
$185
$1,946

$166
$522
$736
$205
$1,629

$2,829
$1,923
$1,801
$734
$7,287

$236
$652
$275
$220
$1,383

$677
($88)

$788
($67)

$1,144
($76)

$1,099
($77)

$3,708
($308)

$935
($100)

$1,028
($73)

$1,239
($73)

$1,189
($76)

$4,391
($322)

$1,026
($85)

$7,066

$6,189

$6,279

$6,979

$26,513

$6,888

$7,484

$7,495

$7,647

$29,514

$6,861

($225)

($208)

($180)

($205)

($818)

($192)

($227)

($233)

($227)

($879)

($275)

$17,598

$17,017

$17,149

$18,096

$69,860

$18,137

$18,997

$19,013

$19,416

$75,563

$18,790

Theme Parks
Headquarters, Other and Eliminations
Total NBCUniversal
Corporate, Other and Eliminations
Total Consolidated Revenue

1) Cable Communications Video Revenue consists of our analog, digital, premium, pay-per-view, equipment services and residential video installation revenue.
2) Other Cable Communications Revenue includes franchise and other regulatory fees, our digital media center, commissions from electronic retailing networks and fees for other services.

See additional notes on page 7. Minor differences may exist due to rounding.

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218 $2. Other and Eliminations Total Consolidated OCF ($173) ($192) ($172) ($225) ($762) ($196) ($224) ($198) ($155) ($773) ($144) $5.054 $50.950 $1.049 $6. 4) We define Operating Cash Flow as operating income before depreciation and amortization.546 $5.461 $1.120 $10.452 $708 $1.037 $4.464 $868 $142 $151 $544 ($147) $1.367 1) Operating costs and expenses represents total costs and expenses excluding depreciation and amortization.460 $4.801 $894 $217 $143 $541 ($154) $1.398 $562 $328 $1.357 $2.516 $3.658 $4.602 $3.819 $3.804 $835 $150 $376 $603 ($163) $1.035 $26.891 $837 $1.302 $6.389 $553 $321 $934 $6.594 $872 $231 $422 $445 ($166) $1.800 $547 $209 $225 $981 $541 $223 $271 $1. Other and Eliminations Total NBCUniversal Corporate.072 $7.488 $872 $1.676 $18.085 $6.607 $873 $1. if any.297 $611 $196 $346 $1.626 $310 $130 $2. 2 .723 $4.329 $6.518 $608 $347 $1.303 $12.459 $12.808 $1.035 $639 $229 $350 $1.124 $309 $129 $1.952 ($625) $6.840 $956 $284 $167 $375 ($160) $1.129 $1.578 $1.296 $4.066 $1.053 $23.357 $326 $138 $1.362 $25.610 $1. See additional notes on page 7.081 $12.214 $290 $124 $1.343 $914 $240 $195 $274 ($159) $1.025 $2.974 $1.241 $1.019 $6.562 $972 $302 $113 $1.499 $1.817 $319 $145 $2.640 $12.680 $5.382 $4.104 $6.967 $898 $182 $293 $363 ($142) $1.484 $769 $1.044 $325 $144 $1.821 $1.315 $958 $318 $139 $1.547 ($614) $5.433 $788 $1.383 $549 $325 $997 $6.184 $11.750 $1.423 Total Cable Communications $4.641 $3.068 $2.674 $5.439 $303 $651 $75 $5. Other and Eliminations Total NBCUniversal $895 $122 $288 $202 ($164) $1.499 $780 $1. including reconciliations to GAAP.558 $912 $230 $77 $527 ($144) $1.479 $580 $347 $1.153 $1.2 to our current report on Form 8-K (Quarterly Earnings Release).232 $501 $5.783 $2.270 $540 $6.150 $321 $111 $1.646 Programming and Production Other Operating and Administrative Advertising.889 Cable Networks Broadcast Television Filmed Entertainment Theme Parks Headquarters.415 $4.161 $306 $572 $42 $583 $93 $636 $90 $648 $78 $2.063 4Q FY 2016 1Q 2Q $9.577 $1.589 $734 $711 $1.963 $2.693 $6.357 $6. 2) Technical and Product Support includes the labor costs to complete service calls.582 $1.694 $6.387 Programming and Production Other Operating and Administrative Advertising.006 $22. Marketing and Promotion Total Cable Networks $1.450 $833 $1.1 and 99.833 $5.599 $865 $1.028 $323 $148 $2.424 $562 $322 $1.056 $6. billing costs and bad debt. unaudited) 2014 3Q 1Q 2Q Programming Advertising.053 $622 $209 $385 $1. Minor differences may exist due to rounding.028 $11.063 $7. excluding impairment charges related to fixed and intangible assets and gains or losses on the sale of assets.097 $4.721 $5. taxes.058 $307 $132 $1.497 $1. Marketing and Promotion 2 Technical and Product Support Customer Service Franchise and Other Regulatory Fees 3 Other Total Cable Communications $2.127 $320 $130 $1.702 $298 $105 $2.199 $482 $7.400 $4.117 $4.891 $2.628 $1.644 $789 $1.777 $4.232 $27.127 $1.216 $475 $76 $514 $92 $600 $71 $572 $67 $2.590 $2.226 $1.319 $1.570 $5.234 $1.183 $288 $105 $1.530 $629 $365 $1.331 $849 $1.561 $4.726 $4. installations and related support. 3) Other includes administrative personnel costs and other business support costs including building and office expenses.996 $2.846 $6.725 $4.Pro Forma Consolidated Operating Costs and Expenses and Operating Cash Flow ($ in millions.098 $5.440 $582 $334 $994 $6.043 $46. in Exhibits 99.117 $7.239 ($52) ($16) ($8) $20 ($56) $4 ($3) ($35) ($72) ($106) ($131) $12. Marketing and Promotion Total Filmed Entertainment $604 $188 $271 $1.486 $3.149 $214 $481 $1.369 $5.475 $2.559 $626 $354 $1.876 $19.666 $842 $1.023 $305 $133 $1.363 $318 $119 $1.558 $12.396 $1.125 $320 $133 $1.276 $524 $7.513 $4.105 $6.570 $817 $241 $428 $1. We provide more detail about Operating Cash Flow and our use of non-GAAP financial measures. Marketing and Promotion Total Broadcast Television $2.844 $911 $221 $438 $1. as well as network engineering and maintenance.622 1 Theme Parks Headquarters.294 $5.187 $303 $120 $1.684 $13. Other and Eliminations Total Consolidated Operating Costs and Expenses Operating Cash Flow (OCF) FY 2015 3Q 1Q Operating Costs and Expenses 4Q 4 Corporate.594 $2.377 $20.576 Programming and Production Other Operating and Administrative Advertising.281 $5.

969 $4.732 $189 $24 $6 $92 $82 $393 $190 $49 $5 $83 $83 $410 $748 $127 $21 $353 $326 $1. 3 .941 $15.278 Operating Income Total Cable Communications $2.864 $3. Other and Eliminations ($195) ($212) ($195) ($248) ($850) ($218) ($247) ($220) ($178) ($863) ($165) $3.083 $16.816 $2.595 ($951) $5. Other and Eliminations Total Consolidated Depreciation and Amortization Expense $22 $20 $23 $23 $88 $22 $23 $22 $23 $90 $21 $1.604 $190 $32 $8 $98 $86 $414 Depreciation and Amortization Expense Total Cable Communications Cable Networks Broadcast Television Filmed Entertainment Theme Parks Headquarters. Other and Eliminations Total NBCUniversal Corporate.208 $1. unaudited) 2014 3Q 1Q 2Q $1.745 $2.045 $2.818 $3.087 $2.165 $722 $181 $72 $444 ($227) $1.575 $184 $29 $5 $86 $81 $385 $211 $30 $6 $93 $83 $423 2016 1Q 4Q FY $1.566 $1. Other and Eliminations Total NBCUniversal $706 $95 $283 $114 ($239) $959 $734 $213 $190 $184 ($245) $1.607 $189 $27 $5 $88 $75 $384 $180 $27 $5 $90 $86 $388 2015 3Q 4Q FY 1Q 2Q $1.580 $3.179 $4.076 $679 $118 $145 $452 ($229) $1.178 $2.209 $661 $201 $416 $352 ($249) $1.201 $2.242 $2.944 $3.782 $1.046 Cable Networks Broadcast Television Filmed Entertainment Theme Parks Headquarters.986 $3.404 $698 $191 $136 $454 ($237) $1.841 $607 $690 $1.051 $1.680 $1.894 $2.392 $714 $153 $288 $277 ($223) $1.843 $193 $26 $8 $91 $79 $397 $196 $26 $7 $87 $83 $399 $784 $111 $26 $357 $326 $1.194 ($940) $4.857 $7. Minor differences may exist due to rounding.015 $1.Pro Forma Consolidated Depreciation and Amortization Expense and Operating Income ($ in millions.192 $2.279 $8.019 $11.203 $3.997 $11.715 $669 $1.990 $2.208 Corporate.982 $2.978 $3.089 Total Consolidated Operating Income ` See additional notes on page 7.099 $2.584 $1.436 $1.679 $6.112 $8.661 $2.954 $2.236 $766 $252 $159 $277 ($246) $1.381 $642 $124 $368 $512 ($242) $1.128 $4.359 $4.

Cable Communications: Customer Metrics (Customers in thousands.04 $140.455 55.8% 60.868 41.319 20.214 26.400 40.9% 24 2015 3Q 4Q FY 1Q 2Q 54.306 40.2% 36.634 12.383 40.2% 21.962 40.421 156 27. 2) Customer metrics include our residential and business customers.10 $137.265 31 27.8% 22.262 22.962 40.890 8.5% $134.871 14.4% 30.5% 30.070 20.4% 32.5% 11. 6) Customer Relationship Penetrations represent the numbers of residential and business Single Product Customers.0% 36.221 9. Minor differences may exist due to rounding.2% 21.234 199 27.347 40.409 8.5% 375 1.9% 6 22.8% 32.329 41.1% 89 22.035 358 27.2% 33.114 10.08 $142.775 (25) 26.3% 142 137 2016 1Q 4Q FY 55.5% 33.475 20.89 $146.3% 35.3% 36.539 9.4% 31.61 $143.673 54. Single Product Customers.367 438 11.4% 36.9% (194) 22.346 Triple Product Customers Customer Relationships Customer Relationships Net Additions Customer Relationship Penetrations6 Single Product Customers Double Product Customers Triple Product Customers Average Monthly Total Revenue per Customer Relationship 9.601 41.701 666 27.2% 23.987 9. unaudited) 1 Homes and Businesses Passed Video 2 Video Customers 3 Video Penetration of Homes and Businesses Passed Video Net Additions (Losses) Advanced Services Customers 4 Advanced Services Penetration of Video Customers 2014 3Q 1Q 2Q 54.383 40.329 41.193 20. 4 .691 55.483 54.673 54.2% 31.767 42.1% 63. high-speed Internet and voice.4% 36.4% (144) 22.366 8.457 41.6% 21.043 55.763 9.271 39.3% 11.277 407 180 320 460 1.205 22.409 8.3% 58. Double Product Customers and Triple Product Customers divided by the total number of Customer Relationships.1% 11.6% 36.871 13.15 1) Homes and businesses are considered passed if we can connect them to our distribution system without further extending the transmission lines.475 20.800 124 26.9% 23.1% 36.970 269 32.5% 30.8% (8) 12.8% 36.605 8.466 13.6% 31. 3) Penetration is calculated by dividing the number of customers by the number of homes and businesses passed.114 10.1% 58.7% 22.865 20.5% 62.375 40.656 8.1% (36) 22.1% 32.0% 21.904 55.1% (48) 22.730 12.7% 68 123 470 77 49 17 139 282 102 High-Speed Internet (HSI) HSI Customers2 HSI Penetration of Homes and Businesses Passed3 HSI Net Additions Voice 2 Voice Customers 3 Voice Penetration of Homes and Businesses Passed Voice Net Additions Customer Relationships 5 Single Product Customers 8.8% 32.215 13.876 9.6% 11.399 8. 4) Advanced Services Customers subscribe to DVR and/or HDTV services.5% 11.4% 36.9% 23.035 178 27.701 281 27.6% 32.510 8.1% 32.221 9.376 41.5% 30.1% (81) 22.066 9.32 $137.548 40.2% 33. Homes and businesses passed is an estimate based on the best available information.5% 31. respectively.2% 383 203 315 10.1% 33. See additional notes on page 7.337 13.7% 57.36 $140.1% 53 13.4% 11.574 8.691 55.3% 36. two or three of our primary services.1% 62.4% (69) 22.369 40.786 13.9% 56.988 10.001 54.6% 30.2% 22.6% 11.270 20.650 8.367 8.444 8.158 59.3% 21.750 8.1% 32.5% 11.910 22.003 20.577 20.347 40.336 20.343 8.945 9.691 9. 5) Customer Relationships represent the number of residential and business customers that subscribe to at least one of our three primary services of video.857 82 27.936 9.750 8.586 39.54 $143.410 Double Product Customers 8.258 40.06 $137.043 13. Double Product Customers and Triple Product Customers represent customers that subscribe to one.193 20.876 9.1% 59.366 8.5% 30.26 $145.068 39. except per customer data.5% 11.

to support the growth of customer relationships and customers receiving additional services.950 $2.499 $1.0% $1. buildings. CPE and network investments.9% $291 $298 $295 $337 $1.494 13.645 14. electronics. including land.019 $356 $238 $240 $959 $514 $263 $327 $3. Minor differences may exist due to rounding.145 10. unaudited) 1Q Customer Premise Equipment (CPE)1 Scalable Infrastructure2 Line Extensions3 Support Capital4 Total Cable Communications Capital Expenditures5 Percent of Total Cable Communications Revenue Total NBCUniversal Capital Expenditures 4Q FY 1Q 2015 3Q 2Q 4Q 2016 1Q FY $726 $222 $123 $74 $826 $366 $155 $147 $890 $355 $183 $217 $955 $432 $212 $273 $3. office equipment.063 17.446 12.420 $1. 3) Line extensions: Costs associated with entering new service areas. secure additional bandwidth and provide service enhancements.698 $1.678 14.5% $1. Internet. including equipment for headends. 4) Support capital: All other non-network and non-CPE related costs required for day-to-day operations.872 16.397 $1. such as fiber and coaxial extensions. other than CPE or line extensions.375 $673 $711 $839 $272 $177 $158 $881 $397 $208 $192 $1. voice and home security equipment. Business services capital expenditures include costs to secure new business services customers.3% $1.386 $295 $12 $6 $10 $15 $43 $12 $21 $23 $17 $73 $14 $1.9% $1.6% $1.156 13. 2) Scalable infrastructure: Costs.637 $8.539 $886 $917 $868 $351 $230 $127 $1.221 $268 $272 $289 $557 $1.853 15. 2014 1Q Business Services Capital Expenditures See additional notes on page 7. vehicles.576 12.165 $2. 2Q $171 3Q $209 2015 4Q $221 FY $240 1Q $841 2Q $211 3Q $235 2016 4Q $257 FY $275 1Q $978 $245 5 .971 $2.040 15.Consolidated Capital Expenditures ($ in millions. tools and test equipment. as well as the cost of connecting a customer to the closest point of the network.6% $1. Other and Eliminations Capital Expenditures Total Consolidated Capital Expenditures 2014 3Q 2Q 1) Customer premise equipment (CPE): Costs to purchase and install new equipment in order for residential and business customers to receive our services.448 $1. These costs include fiber and coaxial extensions.5% $6.798 $1.726 $1. Costs associated with all subsequent disconnects and reconnects are expensed as incurred. Costs associated with plant replacements and relocation (upgrades/rebuilds) are also included in this category.885 Corporate. CPE includes the costs of acquiring and installing our video set-top boxes.224 $7.9% $1. 5) Total Cable Communications capital expenditures include residential and business services.2% $7.8% $2.

167 $334 $1.443) ($3.538 ($1.116) ($326) ($3.935 $6.000 $2.726) ($190) ($151) ($55) ($34) ($27) ($267) ($146) ($74) ($35) ($27) ($282) ($111) $69 ($118) ($12) $231 $170 $0 ($70) $65 $282 $277 $45 ($268) ($1.572 $628 $1.494 $5.885) ($378) ($723) ($256) ($436) $153 ($77) $40 $2. and beginning in 2015 principal payments on capital leases. including reconciliations to GAAP.950) ($258) ($656) ($1.731) ($256) 3) Net Cash Provided by Operating Activities in our Consolidated Statement of Cash Flows for 2014 includes a $150 million increase in July 2014 resulting from a change in our credit card payment processes that resulted in the acceleration of the recognition of cash receipts in Cable Communications.025) ($377) $159 ($52) $44 $1.616 2.025) ($1.224) ($387) ($569) ($586) ($14) $127 ($50) $39 $2.258 $585 $750 $1. For Free Cash Flow purposes.765) ($264) ($2.518 2.805 $508 $750 $1.266 ($1.581 $2.249 $1.891) ($1.877 ($2.804 ($1.585 $2.255 $4. Nonoperating Items include adjustments for cash taxes paid related to certain investing and financing transactions.531 2.502 2.184 ($2.251 $6.824 $0 $2. We provide more detail about Free Cash Flow and our use of non-GAAP financial measures. Our definition of Free Cash Flow specifically excludes any impact from the Economic Stimulus Packages and these amounts are presented separately.594 $2.923 ($7. it is not included in Changes in Operating Assets and Liabilities for this presentation.620 2.506 $572 $2.765) ($507) $513 ($220) $190 $8.122) ($2.704 ($1.185 $2.588 $24.501 $6. except per share data.091 ($503) $1.155 $5. principal payments on capital leases and cash distributions to noncontrolling interests.971) ($327) ($550) ($2.Consolidated Free Cash Flow and Return of Capital to Shareholders ($ and shares in millions.668) ($118) ($1. Minor differences may exist due to rounding.731) ($267) $567 ($232) $234 $8. Because this amount has no impact on Free Cash Flow. and adjusted for any payments and receipts related to certain nonoperating items. 2) Cash Taxes on Operating Items (including Economic Stimulus Packages) has been adjusted to include the impacts of Excess Tax Benefits Under Share-Based Compensation arrangements and to exclude the impacts of Nonoperating Items.808 $614 $980 $1.726) ($273) ($691) ($264) $73 $135 ($62) $35 $3.499) ($1.332 $162 $2.437 $6. cash paid for intangible assets.678 ($8.001 $2.663 $6. unaudited) 1Q 2Q 2014 3Q 4Q 1Q 2Q 2015 3Q 4Q $5. and to reflect cash taxes paid in the year of the related taxable income.860 2.2 to our current report on Form 8-K (Quarterly Earnings Release).146) ($581) ($3. net of estimated tax effects.798) ($260) ($541) ($1.645 2. See additional notes on page 7.718) ($974) ($790) ($3.881) ($1.187 $611 $1.213 $623 $2.389) ($3.272 ($2.481 2.203 ($36) $8.370) ($2.637) ($454) ($529) ($326) ($375) $137 ($54) $57 $2.824 $5.694 $22.167 $5.335 $582 $750 $1.750 $9. 2014 1Q Cash Taxes Excess Tax Benefits Under Share-Based Compensation Nonoperating Items Cash Taxes on Operating Items (including Economic Stimulus Packages) 2Q 2015 3Q 4Q FY 1Q 2Q 2016 3Q 4Q FY 1Q ($186) ($1.891) ($638) $147 ($51) $62 $834 $321 $1.448) ($217) ($623) ($268) ($267) $119 ($66) $56 $2.367 ($1. in Exhibits 99.420) ($1.020) $412 $120 ($53) $33 $2.556 2.183 $6.020) ($586) ($3.213 ($519) $1.590 2. 6 .116) $412 $136 ($64) $98 $2.805 $0 $2.496 $167 $2.165) ($316) ($673) ($1.628 2.956 ($1.1 and 99. we consider the acceleration to be nonrecurring in nature and therefore we excluded these amounts from Free Cash Flow.183 $0 $3.937 ($2) $8. 4) Other includes proceeds from investments and other nonoperating items.462 FY 2016 1Q FY Free Cash Flow1 Operating Cash Flow Capital Expenditures Cash Paid for Capitalized Software and Other Intangible Assets Cash Interest Expense Cash Taxes on Operating Items (including Economic Stimulus Packages)2 Changes in Operating Assets and Liabilities3 Noncash Share-Based Compensation Distributions to Noncontrolling Interests and Dividends for Redeemable Subsidiary Preferred Stock Other4 Free Cash Flow (including Economic Stimulus Packages) Economic Stimulus Packages2 Total Consolidated Free Cash Flow Return of Capital to Shareholders Dividends Share Repurchases Total Return of Capital to Shareholders Diluted Weighted-Average Number of Common Shares Diluted weighted-average number of common shares 1) We define Free Cash Flow as Net Cash Provided by Operating Activities (as stated in our Consolidated Statement of Cash Flows) reduced by capital expenditures.332 $580 $2.

amounts payable based on current period revenue are presented in operating costs and expenses rather than other income (expense). Capital Expenditures and Free Cash Flow. Pro forma information does not include adjustments for costs related to integration activities. certain 2014 and 2015 operating results were reclassified within the Cable Communications segment. net in our consolidated statement of income. As a result of the change. Pro forma amounts are not necessarily indicative of what our results would have been had we operated Universal Studios Japan since January 1. 2014. For segment reporting purposes. We will adjust these pro forma amounts as valuations are completed and we obtain information necessary to complete the analyses. which resulted in an offsetting adjustment in Corporate. Other and Eliminations. we have adjusted all periods presented to reflect this change. in the fourth quarter of 2015. To be consistent with our current management reporting presentation. certain operations and businesses. cost savings or synergies that have been or may be achieved by the combined businesses. 7 . Consolidated operating costs and expenses for the prior periods were not adjusted. Pro Forma information is presented as if the change was effective January 1. we have adjusted periods prior to the fourth quarter of 2015 to reflect this expense on a consistent basis for all periods in the Theme Parks segment and Total NBCUniversal. All percentages are calculated on whole numbers. The pro forma amounts are based on historical results of operations and are subject to change. NBCUniversal changed its method of accounting for a contractual obligation that involves an interest in the revenue of certain theme parks. In addition. including several strategic business initiatives. Pro forma information is presented as if the acquisition of the 51% interest of Universal Studios Japan occurred January 1. 2014 and therefore for pro forma reporting purposes Comcast operating costs and expenses also include an adjustment to reflect this expense for periods prior to the fourth quarter of 2015. Other and Eliminations are now presented in our Cable Communications segment to reflect a change in our management reporting presentation.Notes Basis of Presentation All financial data. except Cable Communications Customer Metrics. beginning in the fourth quarter of 2015. For segment reporting purposes. Beginning in the first quarter of 2016. that were previously presented in Corporate. nor of our future results. 2014. is presented on a pro forma basis.