555 17th St., Ste. 2400, Denver, CO USA
Anschutz Company, headquartered in Denver, Colorado, U.S., is multibillionaire Philip Anschutz's holding company that "includes a stable of entertainment, media, and sports businesses. Through Anschutz Entertainment Group (AEG), Anschutz owns sports and entertainment centers throughout the US, as well as hockey, soccer, and other pro teams in the US and Europe. It promotes concerts and other events as well. Other Anschutz holdings include movie chain Regal Entertainment Group, newspaper companies The San Francisco Examiner and The Washington Examiner, and the family-oriented Anschutz Film Group. Anschutz, who founded the firm in 1958, made his first fortune from oil on his Utah/Wyoming ranch. He also founded Qwest Communications."
 Human Rights
- A Low Profile and a Large Footprint, November 21, 2004. The Washington Post writes about Chairman and CEO Philip F. Anschutz, "In 1992, Anschutz contributed $10,000 to a group called Colorado Family Values, to support an amendment to the state constitution that invalidated state and local laws against discrimination based on sexual orientation. Anschutz's money helped pay for an ad campaign that said such anti-bias laws gave gays and lesbians "special rights." The U.S. Supreme Court later overturned the amendment as discriminatory."
 Political Influence
- Campaign Contributions, November 21, 2004. Annys Shin wrote in the Washington Post about the multibillionaire Chairman and CEO Philip F. Anschutz, "Anschutz is an active Republican donor. Since 1996, he, his companies and members of his family have given more than $500,000 in campaign contributions to GOP candidates and committees."
- The Conservative Hand of Hollywood, March 29, 2006. CorpWatch writes of Anschutz, "Named Fortune's "greediest executive" in 1999, the Denver resident is a generous supporter of anti-gay-rights legislation, intelligent design, the Bush administration and efforts to sanitize television. With a net worth of $5 billion, he is Forbes' thirty-fourth richest American, two spots above Revlon's Ronald Perelman. Anschutz heads a vast media empire whose assets include the Examiner chain, twenty percent of the country's movie screens, and a sizeable stake in Qwest Communications, the scandal-ridden telecom giant he formerly directed. (Anschutz was accused of helping falsely inflate Qwest profit reports, then making millions by selling his own shares in the company -- a claim he ultimately settled by paying millions to charity.)"
 Brands and Subsidiaries
- Arenas - Acer Arena, American Airlines Arena, AT&T Center, and many more.
- Theatres - El Rey Theatre, His Majesty's Theatre, and more.
- Stadiums - Rentschler Field, The Home Depot Center, and more.
- Entertainment Districts - L.A. LIVE, The O2
- Soccer - Los Angeles Galaxy, Houston Dynamo, Los Angeles Sol, etc.
- Hockey - Los Angeles Kings, Manchester Monarchs, etc.
- Festivals & Exhibitions - Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival, etc.
- AFG (Anschutz Film Group) - the parent company of Walden Media and Bristol Bay Productions.
- Clarity Media Group - a newspaper publishing company, and the parent company to the Washington D.C. Examiner, The San Francisco Examiner and the Independent newspapers.
- Regal Entertainment Group - Regal Cinemas, United Artists Theatres, and Edwards Theatres - operate over 6000 screens in approximately 550 locations across the United States.
- AEG Teleworks - 150 televised events each year.