With hits such as 13 Reasons Why, The Alienist, Grease: Live and the upcoming Tom Clancy’s Jack Ryan, Maniac and Catch-22, Paramount Television is creating compelling content spanning multiple networks and platforms. We sat down with Amy Powell, President of Paramount Television and Digital Entertainment, to learn more about her group’s approach to storytelling, the audiences they reach and what they have planned for the future.
Congratulations to Victor Caro (VP, Nickelodeon Ad Sales) and Flora Huang (VP, Paramount Pictures Finance & Planning), our 2017 Viacommunity Award winners!
We recognize them for making a positive impact in the lives of others — Victor for helping hurricane survivors in Puerto Rico with the Warrior Angels Rescue organization, and Flora for mentoring youth in Watts, CA with the nonprofit Red Eye.
Viacom will donate $10,000 to each of the causes they champion. Hear about their volunteer work, how they got involved and what winning this award means to them.
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Tanya Davis contributed reporting.
We’re thrilled to report that Viacom’s brands have just been nominated for a total of 16 NAACP Image Awards across BET, Comedy Central, Nickelodeon, Spike and VH1. The awards honor outstanding achievements of people of color and those who promote social justice in the arts, and we couldn’t be more proud of our nominees — see the list below. Winners will be announced at a live ceremony on Martin Luther King Day (Monday, Jan. 15).
Congratulations to everyone involved for their fantastic work on these programs. Check out our nominated shows and specials and the respective award categories below.
Viacom18 is the home of Viacom’s brands in India and is one of the country’s fastest-growing entertainment networks, reaching more than 600 million viewers in 80 countries across its channels.
Hear from Group CEO Sudhanshu Vats as he talks about the business, its programming and how they’re celebrating Viacom18’s 10th anniversary this month.
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Over the last 20 years, the VH1 Save The Music Foundation has provided millions of dollars in funding to music education programs at more than 2,000 public schools across the U.S.
We recently talked with Henry Donahue, vice president and executive director of the Foundation, about the positive impact the organization is having on students’ lives and how it’s celebrating its 20th anniversary this year.
Here’s what Donahue has to say about his work with VH1 Save The Music Foundation:
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