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  1. Analyst: Entertainment Stocks Likely to Outperform Market Again in 2013

    3:24 am 1/2/2013

    Lazard Capital's Barton Crockett calls Cinemark, Viacom, Sirius XM and Discovery Communications his favorite stocks for the new year.Read more

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  2. MTV81 to Promote Japanese Pop Culture Online

    12:43 am 12/22/2012

    The online portal will bring everything from music to anime to the world, in English.Read more

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  3. Mel Karmazin Leaves Sirius XM Radio

    1:31 pm 12/19/2012

    As Liberty Media nears its takeover of the satellite firm, James Meyer, president of sales and operations, becomes interim CEO.Read more

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  4. Viacom CEO Reiterates Lack of Interest in Studio Acquisitions

    9:30 am 12/13/2012

    "You’ll never see us with a 'John Carter,'" Philippe Dauman says in lauding Paramount's focus on cost controls.Read more

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  5. Viacom CEO Touts Recent Nickelodeon, MTV Ratings Gains

    8:44 am 12/3/2012

    Philippe Dauman says new hits "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles" and "Catfish" are helping U.S. ratings, but ad markets in Southern Europe remain "very difficult."Read more

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  6. Viacom Promotes Wade Davis to CFO

    12:30 pm 11/27/2012

    The former executive vp replaces Jimmy Barge, who will leave to pursue other opportunities.Read more

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  7. Study: Viacom, Discovery to Top European TV Revenue Ranking Through 2017

    3:38 am 11/27/2012

    Should Discovery's deal talks with France's TF1, which owns Eurosport, succeed, it could overtake the owner of MTV and Nickelodeon in Europe.Read more

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  8. Analyst: Nickelodeon Posts First Weekly Ratings Gain in More Than a Year

    9:53 am 11/22/2012

    Barclays' Anthony DiClemente also says CBS is gaining momentum as Wall Street continues to analyze viewership trends amid a weak start to the fall TV season.Read more

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  9. Viacom CEO Signals No Interest in Acquisition of Major Studio

    6:55 am 11/15/2012

    Asked if the company could bid if a studio like Sony Pictures became available, Philippe Dauman said "I continue to not see any large-scale acquisition."Read more

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  10. Viacom CEO: MTV Is 'Not Broken'

    6:07 am 11/15/2012

    "We are changing the way we do business" amid changing viewing habits, says Philippe Dauman, predicting that the company will return to ad revenue growth this fiscal year.Read more

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