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Viacom's Rosy Results Poised to Boost Negotiations With CBS
Posted on Wednesday April 25, 2018
Viacom Inc. posted better-than-expected results and said that its Paramount Pictures studio has returned to profitability, buoying the entertainment giant as it negotiates a merger with CBS Corp. Sales at Viacom’s international TV networks also grew 18 percent from a year ago, lifting sales across Viacom’s media networks group. Viacom reported overall sales of $3.15 billion, beating the average Wall Street estimate of $3.04 billion.
TV Network Stocks May Have Uneventful Q1 Earnings Season
Posted on Wednesday April 25, 2018
Within the next couple of weeks, the majority of TV network stocks will be reporting first-quarter earnings. Earnings season is always important for investors, but KeyBanc analyst Andy Hargreaves is expecting ...
What About Bob? Behind the Leadership Drama Holding Up a Viacom-CBS Deal
Posted on Tuesday April 24, 2018
When CBS Corp. Chief Executive Leslie Moonves, Viacom Inc. Chief Executive Bob Bakish and their top lieutenants met in January over deli sandwiches at CBS’s Los Angeles offices to discuss merging their companies, things started out cordially. People close to both Viacom and Shari Redstone, the president of National Amusements, the holding company that overwhelmingly controls both companies, say there is little chance of a deal without a senior role for Mr. Bakish. People familiar with CBS’s thinking are adamant he will have none.
Trump's 'fake news' fight has helped media ratings and readership
Posted on Monday April 23, 2018
President Donald Trump's fight against the media has led to higher than usual ratings even after the election. Surprise firings, criminal investigations and vague statements that have world leaders scratching their heads has turned President Donald Trump administration into political theater. Experts expected media ratings to normalize after the election when the NFL and other popular TV shows started to air.