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EXCLUSIVE: Pluto TV is rolling out a new logo as the streaming company begins its first CES since being acquired by Viacom nearly a year ago. The new look, which is debuting in industry and trade circles at the Las Vegas convention, will reach consumers a
Viacom and CBS finally consummated their blockbuster merger and made two game-changing acquisitions at each end of the year.
ViacomCBS is beginning its first round of layoffs since merging less than a week ago.
Even though Viacom sent a letter to Miramax owners beIN Media in early November that they were no longer interested in their award-winning 700-title library, talks are back on just as we reported back then. Such is the nature of hardball negotiations. One of the vital points in talks has been beIN Media continuing to
In a lunchtime keynote session at the UBS Technology, Media and Telecom Conference, ViacomCBS CEO Bob Bakish emphasized the synergistic initiatives starting to kick in after the merger’s close last week. Offering “a taste” of synergy plans, Bakish ticked off several examples. Among them: The Late Late Show on CBS with James Corden will re-air
The new $25 billion media empire that emerged from the remarriage of CBS and Viacom began trading Thursday, but questions remain about how the combined company will compete in an increasingly crowded landscape of companies beaming content into America's homes and phones.
CBS and Viacom, corporate cousins for the past decade, are now one. Shari Redstone's long-sought merger of the two media companies took effect on Wednesday afternoon, and ViacomCBS will start trading on the NASDAQ on Thursday morning.
Following the merger of CBS and Viacom announced earlier this year, the combined company today confirmed its plans to restructure its content and digital leadership teams in order to streamline operations. Among the changes, which were first reported by The Wall St.
Traditional media companies that are reclaiming their content from licensees or planning their own direct-to-consumer (DTC) streaming services may be biting off more than they can chew.
The chances for a Viacom Inc. merger with CBS Corporation now look pretty good, according to RBC Capital Markets.