Viacom Slapped With Class-Action Lawsuit Over MTV VMAs 1 week ago
Someone alert the Supreme Court -- another potential voting crisis has entered the legal system!
MTV's parent company, Viacom, was hit...
By Tim Kenneally
Viacom is pressing three major lawsuits, each likely to end in an out-of-court settlement that boosts revenue. It's just the way Redstone rolls
In an attempt to mock the country’s lax campaign finance law, the comedian can use Viacom funds to create political ads to run on Comedy Central
Entertainment giant previously sued Time Warner Cable over its iPad application
Positioned primarily in Europe, Blink! will target women ages 16-49 and launch with a pilot program in Poland
Media giant's earnings driven by revenues from MTV reality hit and film studio
Producers, distributors, aggregators and tech enablers are now pitted in momentous clashes, with tens of billions of dollars at stake
Jason Kaufman jumps from AOL to MTV News
Media companies have gone to court over what can and can't be offered for consumption on the Apple gadget
The BET vice president will now also oversee Paramount Pictures non-premium channels
Company files brief in response to Viacom’s appeal of a $1 billion copyright infringement lawsuit
Who's up, who's down in the executive suite
Federal court says Internet service provider not liable for customers' illegal movie downloads
While the media giants highlight the digital transformations under way, revenues remain woefully underwhelming compared to Old Media
Media giant's first quarter net income slides 12 percent on home entertainment sales dip
Paramount's corporate parent filed a proxy statement showing it paid Chairman Sumner Redstone $15 million and COO Thomas Dooley $64.7 million
Former MTV Networks International president will oversee Viacom properties outside the U.S.
With market saturated for its signature title, Viacom offloads the company it made more than $175 million for to a private investment group
Hollywood's leading trade group joins with IFTA in the $1 billion standoff
Media giant wants lower court ruling overturned
Is it even possible to parody "What What (in the Butt)"?
Popular cable shows help advertising grow 8 percent, offsetting decline in studio profit; company plans to sell Harmonix, "Rock Band"
Role for head of programming expanded
Company files motion in billion-dollar copyright case
Cost-cutting -- and smaller film slate at Paramount helped, too
Upset over a leak about his affinity for a new girl-group, the Viacom chief chooses the "name your source" route
Viacom says in a sharply worded statement that it plans to appeal
Richard Linklater’s third peek into the love story of the couple played by Julie Delpy and Ethan Hawke celebrates romance, compromise, disillusionment and the glory of conversation