General Communication, Inc. (GCI), is a holding company and together with its direct and indirect subsidiaries, is a communications provider. The Company operates in five segments: Consumer, Network Access, Commercial, Managed Broadband, and Regulated Operations. It offers facilities-based local and long-distance voice services, wireless telephone services, video services, data and Internet access. Its Consumer segment serves residential customers. Its Network Access segment serves other common carriers. Its Commercial segment serves small businesses, local, national and global businesses, governmental entities, and public and private educational institutions. Its Managed Broadband segment serves rural school districts, hospitals and health clinics. In July 2014, GCI announced that its wholly-owned subsidiary, Denali Media Holdings acquired the ownership of three CBS broadcast stations in Southeast Alaska: KXLJ in Juneau, KTNL in Sitka and KUBD in Ketchikan.