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WoW Music in a Brand New Avatar → iLove! Activates DD Freedish - Adding 125 million viewers!

MUMBAI: PEN Studios TV Broadcast arm, revamped its WoW Music Channel to iLove, which will now cater to an additional 30 million households across India! iLove has evolved into the fastest growing music channel, successfully more than doubling its viewership in the last 6 months! DD Freedish is...

Television TV Channels Music and Youth
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Viacom tops earning estimates in Q4; reports revenues of $3.43 billion

Viacom Inc topped earnings estimates in its fourth quarter earnings reporting revenues of $3.43 billion. The company adjusted earnings of 79 cents per share in the quarter. Revenues of the company surpassed Zacks Consensus Estimate by 0.4 per cent and earnings per share beat the Zacks Consensus...

Television TV Channels GECs
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Viacom Digital Studios International enters into worldwide deal with Facebook

Viacom Digital Studios International has partnered with Facebook to create a series of short- and mid-form digital video series for the social media giant’s Watch platform. Under the new deal, Viacom’s digital content studio will shows in the UK, Germany, Spain, France, Asia and the Americas.

iWorld Social Media
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Entropik Tech helps broadcasters better monetise content

With the implementation of the new tariff order a few months back, the broadcasting industry has become more consumer-centric than being dependent on ad revenue for functioning as it gives the consumer the power to choose what one wants to see.

MAM Media and Advertising Digital Agencies
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CBS, Viacom merge to form ViacomCBS Inc

US-based media and broadcasting companies, CBS and Viacom, have announced the news of a merger into Viacom CBS Inc. While Viacom will hold approximately 39 per cent of the shares, CBS will own about 61 per cent on a fully diluted basis.

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