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Viacom

Viacom is an American TV and film conglomerate, known for its BET, MTV, and Paramount brands. Based in New York City, the corporation operates more than 150 networks for 700 million subscribers.

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headquarters: New York, NY
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Gen Z is our first post-TV generation, which puts Viacom in a tough spot

The decline of traditional TV viewing is a problem for all legacy media conglomerates, but it’s especially problematic for Viacom, whose portfolio of cable networks includes youth-aimed brands like MTV, Nickelodeon, and Comedy Central. How does a TV company reach a generation that doesn’t watch TV? To address this quandary, Viacom has been increasingly trying … Continue reading “Gen Z is our first post-TV generation, which puts Viacom in a tough spot”

Gen Z is our first post-TV generation, which puts Viacom in a tough spot
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The national school walkout to protest gun violence happens at 10 a.m. today

Students from schools nationwide will walk out of their classrooms for 17 minutes at 10 a.m. local time today, reports the New York Times. The nationwide demonstration by the thousands of students expected to take part is intended to pressure Congress into passing gun control legislation and show solidarity with the students of Marjory Stoneman … Continue reading “The national school walkout to protest gun violence happens at 10 a.m. today”

The national school walkout to protest gun violence happens at 10 a.m. today
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People are tired of paying for sports they don’t watch, and TV companies have finally noticed

AMC, A&E, Discovery, and Viacom are almost ready to launch a streaming bundle without sports channels such as ESPN, according to the Wall Street Journal. Reportedly dubbed “Philo,” the service will cost less than $20 per month, and will soft-launch in the coming weeks. As Variety notes, the name Philo is based on the company providing the … Continue reading “People are tired of paying for sports they don’t watch, and TV companies have finally noticed”

People are tired of paying for sports they don’t watch, and TV companies have finally noticed
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