According to the latest U.S. Census estimates, New York City is home to 8,491,079 people.
Of those, 3,160,471 of them came here from another country.
As a company that operates in more than 160 countries and territories, providing an incredible array of content to hundreds of millions of subscribers, Viacom is proud to call such a thrillingly diverse global city home. Their energy and creativity fuel our drive to deliver engaging content to audiences all over the world.
Today, Viacom CEO Philippe Dauman joined Blackstone’s Stephen A. Schwarzman and Morgan Stanley Chairman James P. Gorman in signing off on a full-page ad from Partnership for NYC in The New York Times celebrating the city’s immigrant population and their enormous contributions to its vitality.
Check out the ad below: