List of assets owned by Viacom
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The following is a list of major assets owned by Viacom, a subsidiary of National Amusements. Many of Viacom's former assets now belong to sister company CBS Corporation as a result of the 2006 CBS/Viacom split.
- 1 Paramount Motion Pictures Group
- 2 Viacom Media Networks
- 3 Viacom International Media Networks
- 4 Other assets
- 5 Former assets
- 6 See also
- Paramount Pictures
- Paramount Home Media Distribution
- Fox-Paramount Home Entertainment (Nordic) (joint venture with 20th Century Fox Home Entertainment)
- Paramount Players
- Paramount Television (current)
- United International Pictures (UIP) – 50/50 joint venture with Universal Studios (NBCUniversal (Comcast))
- Melange Pictures, LLC – library holder of Republic Pictures films
- Paramount Pictures International
- Paramount Studio Group – physical studio and post production
- The Studios at Paramount – production facilities & lot
- Paramount on Location – production support facilities throughout North America including New York, Vancouver, and Atlanta
- Worldwide Technical Operations – archives, restoration and preservation programs, the mastering and distribution fulfillment services, on-lot post production facilities management
- Paramount Licensing, Inc.
- Paramount Worldwide Television Licensing & Distribution
- Paramount Parks & Resorts – licensing and design for parks and resorts
- Rede Telecine (joint venture with Universal Studios, 20th Century Fox, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer and Globosat)
- Paramount Digital Entertainment
Global Entertainment Group
- CMT (Canada) (10%)
- CMT Music
- Comedy Central
- MTV Studios
- MTV Classic
- MTV Live
- Paramount Network
- TV Land
- Nick Jr.
- Nick Radio
- Nickelodeon Animation Studio
- Nickelodeon Creative Advertising
- Viacom 18 (49% with Network 18)
- Rainbow S.r.l. (30%)
- Channel 5
- Paramount Channel
- Paramount Comedy (Russia)
- Game One
- Porta dos Fundos (51%)
- Bellator MMA
- KVMM-CD (Tr3s O&O station)
- Viacom Digital Studios
- Viacom International Inc.
- Viacom/Nickelodeon Consumer Products
- Viacom Velocity
- Distribution rights to Iron Man, Iron Man 2, Thor and Captain America: The First Avenger - sold to Disney on July 2, 2013
- Distribution rights to the pre-2013 DreamWorks Animation film library - sold to DreamWorks Animation in July 2014 and currently owned by Universal Pictures
- DreamWorks SKG (also known as DW Studios, LLC and DW Pictures) - DreamWorks Pictures is now a division and label of Amblin Partners, while DreamWorks Animation became a subsidiary of the NBCUniversal unit of Comcast.
- Epix - Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer acquired Viacom's stake in the network in 2017
- Famous Music - in-house music publishing arm of Paramount Pictures, sold to Sony/ATV Music Publishing in 2007
- Famous Players - sold to Cineplex Galaxy in 2005
- GameTrailers - sold to Defy Media; later shut down and sold to IGN
- MTV Networks on Campus - acquired by Cheddar in May 2018 and used to launch CheddarU
- Neopets - acquired by JumpStart in 2014
- Paramount Parks - sold to CBS Corporation in 2006, then re-sold to Cedar Fair
- Paramount Stations Group
- Pre-November 15, 1949 Paramount Pictures sound feature film library - sold to EMKA, Ltd., currently a division of Universal Television
- RateMyProfessors.com - acquired by Cheddar in October 2018
- Rysher Entertainment - assets sold to 2929 Entertainment in 2001 and Qualia Capital in 2006; library currently distributed by Paramount and CBS Television Distribution
- Tempo - sold to Frederick Morton Jr. in 2007
- USA Networks - Viacom sold its stake in the company to Universal Pictures in 1997
Dormant or shuttered
Viacom Media Networks
- Atom.com - absorbed into Comedy Central
- The Box
- CMT Films
- MTV Chi
- MTV Desi
- MTV K
- Nick Games and Sports for Kids
- Nickelodeon Magazine
- Nickelodeon on Sunset
- Nickelodeon Records
- VH1 Uno
- Viacom NEXT
Viacom Digital Studios
- Defy Media (7%)
- DreamWorks Distribution, LLC - theatrical distribution arm of DreamWorks Pictures and DreamWorks Animation
- DW Funding LLC - library holder of live-action DreamWorks films
- Insurge Pictures
- National Telefilm Associates
- Paramount Famous Productions
- Paramount Vantage
- Paramount Classics
- Spelling Films
- "Divisions". paramount.com. Archived from the original on July 11, 2012. Retrieved July 17, 2012.
- Andreeva, Nellie (February 8, 2017). "Spike To Change Name & Become The Paramount Network In Viacom Rebranding". Deadline Hollywood. Retrieved February 8, 2017.
- Littleton, Cynthia; Holloway, Daniel (February 8, 2017). "Viacom to Rebrand Spike TV as Paramount Network". Variety. Retrieved February 8, 2017.
- "RAINBOW ACQUIRES THE IVEN S.P.A. GROUP". Licensing Magazine.
- "Rainbow CGI". Rainbow CGI.
- "Witty Toys". License Global.
- "Publishing - Rainbow S.r.l." Rainbow S.r.l.
- "Rainbow MagicLand". Rainbow MagicLand.
- "Scuola di Animazione 3D Rainbow Academy". Rainbow Academy.
- "Viacom International Media Networks Buys Majority Stake in Brazil's Porta dos Fundos". Variety.com.
- "Viacom Acquires VidCon, Boosting Live Event and Digital Businesses". Viacom Corporate. 2018-02-07. Retrieved 2018-02-07.
- Finke, Nikki (July 2, 2013). "Disney Completes Purchase Of Marvel Home Entertainment Distribution Rights". Deadline Hollywood. Archived from the original on November 5, 2013. Retrieved July 2, 2013.
- Palmeri, Christopher (July 2, 2013). "Disney Buys Rights to Four Marvel Movies From Viacom's Paramount". Bloomberg.com. Archived from the original on April 21, 2014. Retrieved July 2, 2013.
- Chney, Alexandra (July 29, 2014). "DreamWorks Animation Q2 Earnings Fall Short of Estimates, SEC Investigation Revealed". Variety. Retrieved July 30, 2014.