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By David A. Clarke Jr.
Blame Washington's intelligence failure, not lack of police
Topic - Viacom
George Washington University will name its public health school after an institute founded by Michael Milken, a philanthropist and advocate for medical research, after he helped generate three record-setting gifts totaling $80 million for the school.
When you buy a TV, sales clerks often pitch you on "future proofing" your set. Turns out, buying a cable TV company relies largely on the same principle.
Our media-consumption habits have been growing into an "on-demand" lifestyle for a number of years now. We demand to have access to our favorite TV shows, whenever and wherever we want.
MTV, VH1 and CMT are going back to their roots by showing videos as part of a "Music Independence Day" on the Fourth of July.
First, Burger King's Twitter account was hacked by a McDonald's fan, inadvertently gaining it more than 60,000 new followers. Then, Jeep's account was hacked by Cadillac enthusiasts in an apparent connected prank. But things got a little fishy when MTV's account was hacked by BET fans Wednesday, seeing that they're both owned by the same parent company Viacom.
Toys R Us has begun selling a new line of toys and merchandise based on the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, the pizza-loving amphibian superheroes who return Sept. 29 in a new CGI series on Nickelodeon.
The hit U.K. costume drama "Downtown Abbey" is making a fashion statement by sparking online searches for vintage clothes.
In an elegant white tent at her oceanfront Malibu compound, Barbra Streisand sang and former President Bill Clinton spoke to a crowd gathered to raise funds for women's heart health.
Viacom, the home of such shows as "SpongeBob Squarepants" and "Jersey Shore," is reporting its financial results for the latest quarter.
Some congressional offices outside Washington and media organizations have received threatening letters containing a suspicious powdery substance that was tested and proved to be harmless, the FBI and the Senate's top law enforcement officer said Wednesday.
Michelle Obama and "Late Night" host Jimmy Fallon turned the White House into a playground to promote the first lady's "Let's Move!" fitness campaign.
Viacom turned the success of "Transformers: Dark of the Moon" into a pile of money in its latest quarter, as earnings tripled and revenue grew 22 percent.
The cast of MTV's "Jersey Shore" will return to New Jersey to tape the fifth season of the reality series after the cast says ciao to Italy.
Rihanna is defending her latest music video, which opens with a man being shot in the head.
In the boardroom, it's as if the Great Recession never happened. CEOs at the nation's largest companies were paid better last year than they were in 2007, when the economy was booming, the stock market set a record high and unemployment was roughly half what it is today.