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     Congrats to Viacom Digital Studios’ Kelly Day for being recognized in Variety’s Digital Innovators list!

    From original digital content to new partnerships and talent deals, Kelly is pushing the boundaries to connect and engage with audiences.

    Variety's Digital Innovators 2019: The Trailblazers Pushing Media Boundaries

    A decade ago, when the streaming-video revolution was in its infancy, the internet was more complementary than disruptive to Hollywood. Those days are gone. New platforms have risen up as Silicon Valley players have bulldozed onto the scene, and the media biz is rebuilding the ways it reaches audiences.

  • 5G and driverless cars - two innovative technologies that Viacom CEO Robert M. Bakish says will fundamentally transform entertainment. Find out more about his top takeaways from CES 2019 at

    Two CES Technologies That Could Change The World Of Entertainment

    How do you spend your commute? If you drive, your hands are likely on the steering wheel in the "10 and 2" position and you're staring ahead at the car in front of you.

  • Your must-read article for today? Bloomberg's piece on the Paramount Pictures turnaround and its role as "Hollywood's Comeback Kid."

  • “MTV is seeing tremendous growth on YouTube and Instagram, as Instagram video views are up 433% YOY, from 182M to 971M." Discover how MTV has become successful in capturing Gen Z’s attention on social media and beyond via PRWeek:

    Reinventing MTV to resonate with Gen Z

    Sorry, older millennials and Generation Xers who yearn for old-school MTV: Youngins are the brand's core focus. Jacqueline Parkes, CMO of Viacom's MTV, VH1, CMT, and Logo TV, and EVP of digital studios, says while MTV has a lot of "nostalgia content," the network is more focused on the "young and young at heart," specifically, 18- to 34-year-olds.

  • Did you know that most younger viewers prefer on-screen channel logos? Find out more via Deadline Hollywood. $VIAB

    Viacom Study Finds Most Younger Viewers Actually Like On-Screen Channel Logos

    New research from Viacom 's Global Consumer Insights unit shows that a heavy majority of viewers ages 12-34 prefer watching programming with onscreen channel logos, as opposed to programming on plain, logo-free screens.

  • Paramount Network seeks a talented Social Media Producer to manage key accounts across Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, YouTube, and Snapchat. If you have a deep understanding of social audiences and love our brands, check us out here:

  • The only constant is change. Our CEO Robert M. Bakish spoke with LinkedIn Editor In Chief Daniel Roth on the great opportunities that lie ahead for Viacom as content consumption grows and evolves across platforms.

    Read more on how content remains at our core.

    The MTV Generation has passed to the 'What's TV?'? Generation. Viacom's Bob Bakish has a plan to stay in the spotlight

    My parents might dispute it, but I feel comfortable saying that I was raised by Viacom.

  • What made 2018 such an unforgettable year at Viacom? Too much to fit in just one post! Check out a few of our top moments and share your favorites with us.

    10 from 2018: Top Moments in an Unforgettable Year at Viacom

    Big hits, major moments, and the delivery on Viacom's promise to return to growth. It was an incredible 2018 for Viacom. As our CEO and President Bob Bakish said recently in a note to employees, "We're stronger strategically, operationally, financially and culturally-and we're just getting started."

  • 4 out of 5 teens believe their age group has the potential to change the world for the better, according to Viacom Global Insights. Viacom marketing intern Izzy Falkovich explored what makes her generation devoted to making a difference.

    For Generation Z, It's Cool to Advocate for Change

    How young people's digital activism is changing lives. I'm a member of Generation Z-the population known for its obsession with avocados and addiction to social media. And even though most of my generation isn't old enough to vote, many have become incredibly active in social and political issues through their constant digital connection.

  • Kids spent an average of 23 hours/week watching TV in Q2, according to Nielsen, and "Nickelodeon still leads the pack." Read more about "The Power of Nickelodeon's Miniature Fans" via Bloomberg.

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