Yes, yes, you're both very powerful.
A reversal today goes against Google.
Comedy Central shows have been among the most popular on the video website.
If this is what it takes to save the show, we're all for it.
Turns out he's got a fairly sizable loan coming due at the end of the month.
The fate of DJ AM's show after his sudden death forces executives to make even more tough decisions about the future of their programming slate.
The network is rocked when a contestant on one of its reality shows finds himself wanted for questioning in a shocking murder.
Where will all the Backstreet Boys fans converge now?
The Viacom chairman knows the secret to immortality.
Time Warner and Viacom resolved their dispute — but at what cost?
But he's not too busy to play an owl!
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Aw. And we thought he was going to Mortal Kombat his way out of this mess.
It's amazing what a little $800 million impending debt payment will eventually do to a man.
Over the past 25 years, Redstone's sunk an estimated $700 million into Midway Games, the company responsible for Mortal Kombat.
After years of trying to position himself as a rival to Murdoch, Redstone's getting what he asked for.
He won't sell off any more shares of CBS or Viacom despite serious oncoming debt deadlines.