List of assets owned by Viacom

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The current Viacom logo, in use since January 2006.

The following is a list of major assets owned by Viacom, a subsidiary of National Amusements. Many of Viacom's former assets now belong owned by CBS Corporation as a result of the 2006 CBS-Viacom split.

Filmed Entertainment[edit]

Paramount Motion Picture Group[edit]

Paramount Animation[edit]

Paramount Players[edit]

Paramount Television[edit]

  • Paramount Worldwide Television Licensing & Distribution

Viacom Media Networks[edit]

Music Group[edit]

Entertainment Group[edit]

Nickelodeon Group[edit]

BET Networks[edit]

Viacom International Media Networks[edit]

Advanced Marketing Solutions[edit]

Consumer Products, Recreation and Live Events[edit]

Former assets[edit]


Dormant or shuttered[edit]

Viacom Media Networks[edit]

Viacom International Media Networks[edit]

Paramount Pictures[edit]

See also[edit]


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