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Viacom's black cable network Bet turns 25

MUMBAI: What first began as the dream of African-American entrepreneur Robert Johnson has now reached a historic milestone. Media conglomerate Viacom has announced that its cable network Black Entertainment Television (Bet) in the US is celebrating its 25th anniversary In 1980 the technological "...

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Viacom reorganises its operations

Media conglomerate Viacom's co COO Tom Freston has announced reorganisation of operations under his leadership.

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Two way tussle likely for Viacom's top position

MUMBAI: The next couple of years at Viacom is likely to see a fierce tussle for the CEO's position. After Mel Karmazin stepped down yesterday as the company's COO, MTV head Tom Freston and CBS boss Les Moonves were appointed co-presidents and COOs.

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Viacom posts double digit gains in revenues for Q1 2004

Viacom, which has just released its results for the first quarter of 2004, says its revenues have jumped 12 per cent to a record $6.8 billion from $6.1 billion for the same quarter last year. A 21 per cent gain in overall advertising revenues, totaling $3.2 billion drove the record earnings, says a...

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Viacom, Echostar settle dispute

While the situation between Ten Sports and the Indian cable ops is reading like a cliffhanger in the US Viacom and Echostar have settled their differences.

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