Friday Apr 4
Former MTV Intern's Class Action Lawsuit Moving Forward
A former MTV intern's proposed class action lawsuit against the network and parent company Viacom will move forward, with the company's interns from the previous three years eligible to join.
Friday Apr 4
Media Stocks Pulled Down As Investors Unload Tech Holdings
The tech-heavy NASDAQ fell 2.6% today, apparently reflecting fears that many companies - after soaring in 2013 - will report disappointing info on Q1 sales.
Cincinnati Bell, Viacom reach deal to keep "Colbert Report" on local TVs
Viacom and Cincinnati Bell reached an agreement to keep 18 of its channels on the air, including Comedy Central and MTV.
Comedy Central debuts first fully-programmed mobile app
Viacom-owned Comedy Central is unveiling its first application that makes its programming mobile, with Corona and Unilever supporting the launch.
The DMCA: Seeking Safe Harbor in a Sea of Troubles
Dtente can be a beautiful thing. However, as demonstrated by the recent settlement agreement between Mega-media giants Google and Viacom, achieving it can be very expensive.
MP3Tunes Founder Michael Robertson Slammed With $41 Million Jury Verdict
MP3Tunes founder Michael Robertson has been ordered by a New York jury to pay about $41 million in damages for massive copyright infringement.
Viacom PT Raised to $101.00
Guggenheim's price target would indicate a potential upside of 14.20% from the company's current price.