List of assets owned by ViacomCBS

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The following is a list of major assets that are owned by ViacomCBS.

Paramount Pictures Corporation (Filmed Entertainment)[edit]

CBS Entertainment Group (TV Entertainment)[edit]

Cable Networks[edit]

Domestic Media Networks[edit]

MTV Entertainment Group[edit]

Kids and Family Group[edit]

Premium Content Group[edit]

ViacomCBS Ad Solutions[edit]

Consumer Products, Recreation and Live Events[edit]

International Networks[edit]

Global Distribution Group[edit]

  • ViacomCBS Global Distribution
  • Paramount Worldwide Television Licensing & Distribution
  • ViacomCBS International Studios
    • ViacomCBS International Studios UK

Streaming Group[edit]

Other assets[edit]

Former assets[edit]

Divested[edit]

Dormant or shuttered[edit]

CBS Entertainment Group[edit]

MTV Networks/Viacom Media Networks[edit]

CBS Studios International and MTV Networks International/Viacom International Media Networks[edit]

Simon & Schuster[edit]

Paramount Pictures[edit]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

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