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Viacom’s Pluto TV has launched a new conservative channel, but Shari Redstone says she’s not planning a Fox News TV rival
Shari Redstone has explored options for a conservative-leaning news network, according to The Hollywood Reporter. Her representative denies it.
Meet the dramatic mogul-families that ‘Succession’ draws from, including the Trumps, Murdochs, and Redstones
The billionaire family's power battles in "Succession" have drawn hypotheses about the show's inspiration, based on several real-life parallels.
Nanigans, an early Facebook marketing partner, is seeking a buyer for part of its business, an apparent casualty of Facebook's pivot to privacy.
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CBS and Viacom agreed this week to merge, and the deal could have major implications for employees, and other media companies on the market.
The "Power" star appeared on "The Late Show With Stephen Colbert" and recalled Snoop Dogg taking his car for a spin after they performed at an event.
Jada Pinkett Smith says she and Will Smith talk so candidly about their relationship because they want people to know they don’t have a perfect ...
Jada Pinkett Smith, who hosts the Facebook Watch series "Red Table Talk," opened up about their relationship on "The Late Show With Stephen Colbert."
CBS and Viacom have agreed to become ViacomCBS, as part of a deal to reunite the media companies after 13 years
CBS and Viacom to merge in an all-stock deal that would create a media company with about $28 million in revenue, the companies announced on Tuesday.
Tiffany Haddish says John Mayer gave her sneaky advice if she wants to get the attention of her celebrity crushes
The actress, who stars in a new movie called "The Kitchen," appeared on "The Late Show With Stephen Colbert" and shared a tip the singer gave her.
If CBS and Viacom successfully merged, the new company would have an annual content production budget of about $13 billion, according to UBS.