Expanding Our Footprint: Viacom International Studios Opens in Miami

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Earlier this week, we announced the opening of Viacom International Studios, our new state-of-the art production hub for Viacom’s global entertainment brands in Miami.

As our audiences are consuming more content on more platforms than ever before, our focus on developing great content has never been stronger, and this new two-stage, 88,000-square-foot studio equips us to produce even more.

Internationally, our investment in content has grown 20 percent per year on average over the last three years. And in Miami, headquarters for our Americas business, our production output has increased threefold over the past five years. In that time, our Miami team, in collaboration with our U.S. and Latin American teams, has established a track record of producing multi-lingual global hits including:

  • Nickelodeon’s Every Witch Way, now in its fourth season
  • Our newest English-language production Talia in the Kitchen, a spin-off of the Spanish-language Toni, La Chef initially produced for Latin America
  • WITS Academy, a spin-off of Every Witch Way, which premieres on Nickelodeon in the U.S. this week

For additional details regarding the new facilities, please check out the press release.

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