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Hello New York, It's Cara

I am finally here in New York City! I moved from California on January 7th and so far it has been a great almost three weeks. 599 more words

City Life

Viacom CEO Dauman Sees Compensation Rise 19% To $44.3M

Viacom paid its chief executive officer a total of $44.3 million in salary, stock and incentives in 2014, increasing his annual compensation by just over 19%, the company said in a proxy filing with the U.S. 74 more words


Viacom's Philippe Dauman Made $44.3M In 2014, +19.3%

The board credited the CEO with helping to “provide strategic leadership and management” that helped Viacom generate fiscal 2014 results that it describes as “solid,” in a proxy just filed at the SEC. 291 more words

Corporate Affairs

First Interview

it’s tuesday midnight when i was skype-ing with Dion Agam Arliado and the email came up, i thought it was another rejection but guess what? its an invitation for interviewww!! 111 more words

Google, Viacom win dismissal of children's web privacy lawsuit

(Reuters) – Google Inc and Viacom Inc won the dismissal of a nationwide privacy lawsuit accusing them of illegally tracking the Internet activity of boys and girls who visited Nickelodeon’s website, in order to send targeted advertising. 272 more words


FCC Fines ESPN, Viacom $1.4M For Improper Use Of Emergency Alert Tones

Hearing the emergency alert warning tones blaring from your television typically makes you take immediate notice (and immediately hit the Mute button). So when a broadcaster allows a commercial or program to air similar sounds without an actual emergency occurring, they could be on the receiving end of a pretty big fine from federal regulators. 337 more words

FCC Upholds Viacom And ESPN Fines For Misuse Of Emergency Alerts - Video

The FCC means business when it tells companies not to use the distinctive Emergency Alert System audio tones to grab audiences’ attention for entertainment — the way Viacom and ESPN did when they ran ads for FilmDistrict‘s 2013 thriller… 262 more words