A history of the so-called scary Viacom logo.
This is another Viacom "V" of Doom "Home Video" spoof, this time with Worldvision Home Video music. Enjoy!
Sheri tells Viacom what she thinks of them. Sheri herself is not violent. However she does tend to turn a blind eye when evil bastards from hell get their butts kicked.
* VIACOM and MICROSOFT sign extensive multi-platform deal.
* HULU makes content available on top video sites.
* LOCAL TV sees big drop in ad spending.
* NIELSEN provides data to INVIDI for addressable TV ads.
* P&G goes UGC for new Pringles spot.
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*Local mobile television all the rage at NAB.
*VIACOM, MGM and LION'S GATE will launch premium cable channel.
*MICROSOFT experimenting with subscription software suite.
*GOOGLE will sell more ad space in the UK than ITV.
*GOOGLE VIDEO to receive face lift.
*MYSPACE, PLAYLIST**** partnership results in #1 application.
* VIACOM adds shows to HULU.
* VERIZON, TIME WARNER CABLE, SPRINT NEXTEL to censor child porn.
* DISNEY to stream full length features online.
* NY TIMES and ADREADY team for self-serve advertising.
* FCC head continues push for free web.
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Viacom is forcing Google (Do No Harm) to turnover all of our names and the videos we've watched. Imagine the power this will give Viacom. They already have massive amounts. But this gives them power over masses of individuals. All over the world. George Orwell got the date wrong.
I made my Viacom logo! ^_^
Sumner Redstone * CEO Viacom Inc. * Les Girls 9
Google said Viacom owner of MTV and Comedy Central, secretly uploaded clips to the Internet companys YouTube video-sharing Web site while complaining about allege.
Details are emerging in the lawsuit between Google and Viacom. And media outlets are calling the revelations salacious.
The Evil Viacom Is Back! With The Help Of Google, His New Plan Of Destroying Mario And Ruining Youtube Are Underway! Will Mario And Pals Be Able 2 stop The New Threat? Find Out In Part 1!
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Should cable subscribers get to watch live television programs on their iPads at home, without paying extra? Viacom says no, and insisted Time Warner Cable stop letting iPad users stream its channels such as MTV and Comedy Central. Now, Time Warner is asking a judge to take its side.
CNBC explains the dispute...
“Time Warner Cable has asked for a court to make a decision about how this should be handled, asking for a declaratory judgment. And Viacom has responded with a lawsuit citing copyright infringement ... This issue has been discussed now for weeks since this app launched, but now we’re finally seeing it going to court.”
One Time Warner executive told the Guardian -- since the video can only be streamed while you’re in your house, the iPad should be treated like it’s just another TV.
“We have steadfastly maintained that we have the rights to allow our customers to view this programming in their homes, over our cable systems, without artificial limits on the screens they can use to do so, and we are asking the court to confirm our view.”
Viacom isn’t the only content provider involved in this iPad conflict. News Corp and Discovery forced Time Warner to pull 11 popular channels from its TV app. Viacom is upset because treating the iPad like another TV means they could miss out on a lot of extra revenue.
“Besides wanting to be paid for streaming rights, programmers fear that because iPad viewing is not tracked by ratings service Nielsen, they won’t get paid by advertisers for all the eyeballs they are delivering.” (The Baltimore Sun)
But PC World thinks that no matter what, Time Warner will come out on top.
“Win or lose, Time Warner’s request for summary judgment against Viacom is great PR. The company appears to be going to bat for its customers, while Viacom looks like a greedy network that’s resistant to change. There is simply no way Viacom can argue that what it’s doing is in the best interest of consumers.”
And while Viacom is hesitant, ESPN is embracing the new platform. Its new app -- WatchESPN -- works anywhere, not just on your home Internet connection. And it’s free for cable users. Analyst Richard Greenfield tells Bloomberg why ESPN is so interested in this new platform.
“This is a natural evolution … It shows the complexity of a world that relies on living-room viewing transitioning to one where people watch television anywhere and everywhere.”
Time Warner wants a judge to let it put Viacom’s channels back on the iPad, while Viacom is asking for $2 million for each copyright violation.
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It goes way beyond the YouTube lawsuit...