MCOT Public Company Limited (MCOT Plc.) is a state enterprise under the supervision of the Office of the Prime Minister. It was incorporated as a public company limited on August 17, 2004 by mean of the conversion from the Mass Communication Organization of Thailand (M.C.O.T) by virtue of the Capital of State Enterprise Act B.E 2542 (1999), and being listed on the Stock Exchange of Thailand on October 8, 2004. Later, on November 17, 2004. At present, the major shareholders of MCOT Plc. are the Ministry of Finance, holding 65.80% of shares, and the Government Savings Bank, holding 11.48% of shares. Others are the retail shareholders, holding 22.72% of the issued and paid-up shares.

The core businesses of MCOT Plc. involve: 1) television business; 2) Thai News Agency; 3) radio business; 4) digital terrestrial TV broadcast facility service and 5) digital and new business. For the joint operations with Bangkok Entertainment Co. Ltd, under the Agreement was expired on March 25, 2020.