Viacom boss Bob Bakish isn’t interested in merging the company’s Paramount Pictures with a competitor.
“That’s a business we think is great as it is,” he said Thursday morning during a quarterly earnings conference call. “We don’t believe we need to combine it with another film studio.”
Calling Paramount an “integral part of our company,” Bakish said he’s “thrilled” with the new leadership team there, and “very excited for what’s in the pipeline for ’19.”
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But what about 2018, Bob?
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