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Viacom is an American media company with interests primarily in cinema and cable networks. Viacom was formed in 1971 after the merger of Warner Communications (which owned the 20th Century Fox film studio) and Paramount Pictures. It is currently the world's sixth largest broadcasting and cable company in terms competition to Time Warner, with annual revenue of approximately $13 billion.

Viacom has over 150 subsidiary companies, most notably:

  • MTV – a leading global youth culture brand delivering music programming and content for young people across mobile, linear TV, digital video recorders (DVRs), and on-demand platforms;
  • BET – a multimedia platform showcasing African-American pop culture offering talent representation, peer-to-peer support, social engagement, and philanthropic opportunities;
  • Nickelodeon – a leading global children's entertainment brand with the number-one preschool television network in the United States and top-rated multiplatform Nick Jr. suite of programming;
  • Comedy Central – an iconic brand that focuses on stand-up comedy, featuring best-ofs, specials, long-form blocks of stand-up series, and made-for-digital content;
  • Paramount Pictures – one of Hollywood's major film studios operating around the world;
  • CBS Corporation – a mass media company with constituent parts that reach back to the beginnings of the broadcast industry: a radio network (CBS Radio), television (CBS Television) and premium cable (Showtime);
  • Simon & Schuster – one of the world's largest publishing companies, which is home to many well-known consumer magazines including: "Cosmopolitan", "Glamour", "InStyle" and more;

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