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5 Questions With CMT and TV Land General Manager Frank Tanki

June has been hectic for CMT and TV Land. Season 5 of TV Land’s original scripted series Younger aired earlier this month, along with the CMT Music Awards. And the highly anticipated mid-season premiere of Nashville on CMT aired on June 7. There are only a few episodes left until the series finale in July. To talk about […]

CMT Awards’ Immersive Fans Festival Boosts Viacom’s Live Events Strategy

More than 2 million fans dialed up the CMT Awards earlier this month, watching across three Viacom networks (CMT, Paramount Network and TV Land), as Blake Shelton took Video of the Year and Male Video of the Year for I’ll Name the Dogs, and Carrie Underwood carried Female Video of the Year for The Champion, […]

The 22nd Annual Viacommunity Day Was All Good, All Around (the Globe)

Friday, April 20 was truly a global day of giving. Nearly 4,000 employees from 25 different regions around the world contributed ideas, talent and compassion to more than 125 projects in local communities for the 22nd annual Viacommunity Day, a celebration of the company’s values and commitment to giving back. The day’s theme was “ALL […]

Viacom Posts Strong Second Quarter 2018 Earnings, Revitalization Accelerates

Viacom posted strong second quarter 2018 earnings this morning, outperforming projections with significant gains in both adjusted operating income and adjusted earnings per share as the company accelerates its pivot from stabilization and revitalization to growth. Double-digit gains across all international Media Networks revenue streams, Paramount Pictures’ return to profitability, ratings increases at key flagship […]

Viacom Celebrates Its Annual Global Day of Giving Back: What’s Planned for Viacommunity Day 2018

Today, thousands of employees across Viacom and its brands pause from their work week and join together to make a difference in our communities around the world. Viacommunity Day 2018, now in its 22nd year, puts the full weight of the company behind social causes through volunteerism led in partnership with non-profit and civic advocates. […]

Local News

Getting to know the newest members of the Thunder

By Jenni Carlson Columnist jcarlson@oklahoman.comDENNIS SCHRODERPoint guardMeasurables: 6-foot-1, 172 poundsBorn: Sept.

The numbers: Thunder saves millions in trading Carmelo Anthony

By Erik Horne Staff Writer ehorne@oklahoman.comWill Dennis Schroder and Timothe Luwawu-Cabarrot upgrade the Thunder roster?

Shippy joins Syracuse coaching staff

Shippy joins Syracuse staffFormer Oklahoma State softball star Vanessa Shippy will be staying in orange, though she will wear a slightly different shade.The Syracuse softball program announced Thursday it has added Shippy to its coaching staff.

NFL and its players union working on anthem resolution

By ROB MAADDIThe NFL and National Football League Players Association have agreed to halt enforcement of rules regarding the new national anthem policy while the two sides work on a resolution.The league and its players union issued a joint statement late Thursday, hours after The Associated Press reported that Miami Dolphins players who protest on the field during the anthem could be suspended for up to four games under a team policy issued this week."The NFL and NFLPA, through recent discussions, have been working on a resolution to the anthem issue.

Bills top $100,000 for outside legal counsel in Oklahoma City panhandling ordinance litigation

By William CrumOklahoma City has run up legal bills topping $100,000 for outside attorneys to help defend the anti-panhandling ordinance passed by the city council in 2015. A trial is set for September in U.S. District Court in Oklahoma City in a lawsuit led by the American Civil Liberties Union. The ACLU asserts the ordinance tramples free speech rights and deprives individuals of their liberty. As originally written, the ordinance effectively banned panhandlers from traffic medians at busy intersections, where they ask for handouts from drivers waiting to turn left. The ordinance prohibited "sitting, standing or staying" in traffic medians.The city council subsequently relaxed the restrictions and the two sides attempted to negotiate a settlement, but those talks were unsuccessful.The amended ordinance aims to promote safety of drivers and pedestrians by restricting access to medians where the speed limit for passing traffic is 40 mph or greater.The primary effect is to prohibit cutting across busy streets between intersections.

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