MCOT Public Company Limited (MCOT Plc.) is a state enterprise under the supervision of the Office of the Prime Minister. The core businesses of MCOT Plc. involve:
- Television business
- Radio business
- Broadcast Network Operation Service
- Digital & New Business
For more information, please visit “Company’s Business”
MCOT Plc.’s revenue structure as follows:
|Type of revenue||January 1 - December 31, 2020||January 1 - December 31, 2021|
|Million Baht||%||Million Baht||%|
|1. Revenue from sales and service offering||1,415.16||89.34||1,424.09||80.38|
|2. Gain from fair value adjustment of investment property||72.29||4.56||291.80||16.47|
|3. Other revenue||96.67||6.10||55.75||3.15|
For more information, please visit “Major Shareholders”
According to Section 3 (Arrangement of Annual General Meeting of Shareholders) of the Company’s Article of Association, the Annual General Meeting of Shareholders shall be organized within 4 months after the fiscal year end. Normally, the Annual General Meeting of Shareholder is held in April.
In the case that a shareholder is unable to attend the Meeting, he or she can appoint a proxy to attend the Meeting and to vote on his or her behalf by using a proxy form as attached with the notice of invitation.
MCOT pays a minimum of 40% of its annual net profit to shareholders, through dividends. However, the amount of dividends to be paid to shareholders will be determined by the Board of Directors and the management which is in accordance with each year’s investment policy.
MCOT is one of the 4 Broadcast Network Operation Service who have been awarded a license to provide a broadcasting network for digital terrestrial TV channels by the National Broadcasting and Telecommunication Commission (The NBTC) for a period of 15 years.
Currently, MCOT is providing services to the following clients:
Commercial digital TV operators
- 9 MCOT HD
- Thairath TV
Public digital TV operators
- Thai Parliament TV
- T Sport 7
Information about MCOT can be found on investor.mcot.net