|“||CatCo had the tradition of being the go-to news source. Trusted and respected.||”|
CatCo Worldwide Media is a news media based in National City.
In 2009, a college student approached a young Cat Grant and talked to her about how she could influence countless women. She also convinced Grant to quit Daily Planet's gossip section, and she proceeded to do so, which allowed her to start her own news media conglomerate, CatCo with a pink cougar as the logo at the time.
New Leadership[edit source]
In 2018, Lena Luthor bought CatCo and led the company to success. In late 2019, the company was sold to Obsidian North under the leadership of Andrea Rojas and continued to strive for success.
CatCo Strikes Again[edit source]
In January 2020, CatCo was invited to cover the story of Lex Luthor's award ceremony.
In mid-2020, CatCo exposed the evil agenda of Lex Luthor and was free from Obsidian North's ownership due to its bankruptcy after the Obsidian Platinum fiasco.
Current Employees[edit source]
Former Employees[edit source]
- Lena Luthor (owner)
- James Olsen
- William Dey (deceased)
- Andrea Rojas (owner and editor-in-chief)
|Crisis on Infinite Earths: Part Five||Appears|
|How Queer Everything Is Today!||Article|
|The Bottle Episode||Appears|
|Back from the Future: Part One||Appears|
|Back from the Future: Part Two||Appears|
|It's a Super Life||Appears|
(Fourth Alternate Timeline)
|Alex in Wonderland||Appears|
|Deus Lex Machina||Appears|
|The Missing Link||Appears|
|A Few Good Women||Appears|
|Welcome Back, Kara!||Appears|
|Still I Rise||Appears|
|Mxy in the Middle||Appears|
|Hope for Tomorrow||Appears|
|Nightmare in National City||Appears|
|I Believe in a Thing Called Love||Appears|
|Truth or Consequences||Appears|
|The Last Gauntlet||Television|
|Wednesday Ever After||Mentioned|
|Other versions of CatCo Worldwide Media|