Viacom released its third quarter 2018 financial results today, articulating progress on its turnaround and detailing Viacom’s evolution beyond its linear roots and into a global multiplatform company. “Viacom produced another quarter of strong progress, with clear evidence that our turnaround is delivering results and that our evolution into a truly global, multiplatform, brand- and […]
The MTV drama series Shuga is hoping to help millions of young viewers protect themselves from HIV with three new seasons of the show airing across southern Africa and Francophone west Africa. Unitaid, the MTV Staying Alive Foundation, and the London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine will contribute storylines on HIV self-testing, preventive drugs […]
Pinky Malinky is an upbeat teenager who has a lot in common with his peers: he posts rabidly on social media, he hangs out nonstop with his two best pals, and he constantly must navigate the social pressures of school and life. But there’s one very important thing that will make Pinky unique among Nickelodeon […]
Ratings and viewership soared for this year’s MTV Movie & TV Awards, as the network strategically shifted the air date to a June Monday and commissioned the red-hot Tiffany Haddish as host. Across 10 Viacom-owned networks, 3.371 million viewers (a 21 percent increase over 2017), watched as Millie Bobby Brown pushed back at bullies and […]
Viacom won five 2018 Cynopsis Social Good Awards for its civic-minded media focused on LGBT advocacy, disaster relief, and anti-bullying action, among other issues. Read about each campaign below. Awareness Campaign/Initiative – Children’s Sector Nickelodeon Creative Advertising – Nick SPLAT – Truth – Trivia Cynopsis recognized Nickelodeon for Nick SPLAT Trivia, a partnership between […]
STILLWATER — The Oklahoma State women’s soccer team waited in the grass of its upgraded stadium Sunday, the shadow of a new dawning stretching farther across the field as the sun fittingly set closer and closer to the horizon.Clay Patterson, the fourth speaker in a procession that also included Oklahoma State president Burns Hargis and athletic director Mike Holder, stood at midfield of the stadium that bore his father’s name.
Iowa State defensive coordinator Jon Heacock has seen pretty much everything in 35 years of coaching.In that time, Heacock has come to view head coaches as artists charged with painting a winning picture that everyone in a program can see.Ask Heacock and the rest of the Cyclones, and they feel like they've finally found their maestro in third-year coach Matt Campbell.Compassionate, fiercely driven and intensely competitive, Campbell has put a program that suffered through roughly a century of mediocrity in position to win big in the Big 12 and beyond."I think that's what great leaders are, I think they are (artists), and I think he's tremendous at that.
MISSOULA, Mont. (AP) — A wildfire in Montana's Glacier National Park is forcing more evacuations and has burned within a half-mile of the scenic Going-to-the-Sun Road.Protecting the highway through the park is officials' priority, with firefighters installing hoses and sprinklers to prevent it from spreading there, The Missoulian newspaper reported Sunday.If that happens, destabilization could lead rock and trees to fall for years, operations chief Rocky Gilbert said.Part of the 50-mile, two-lane road is closed.
The Buffalo Bills' offseason-long quarterback competition is down to two players now that AJ McCarron is seeking a second opinion to determine the severity of an injury to his throwing shoulder.Coach Sean McDermott on Sunday declined to reveal many details on McCarron's status except to say the team is still evaluating the injury after initial tests were inconclusive.And yet McDermott acknowledged the injury will have an immediate effect on McCarron's place in the quarterback pecking order with rookie first-round pick Josh Allen and returning backup Nathan Peterman still competing for the starting job."Any time you're not on the field it's not really an ideal situation in that regard," McDermott said.
EDINBURG, TEXAS — Christian Volesky scored two goals as Oklahoma City Energy FC defeated Rio Grande Valley FC Toros 4-2 on Saturday night.With the victory, OKC (9-12-5) extended its winning streak to three games.Volesky scored the match's first goal in the 34th minute.Just two minutes later, OKC's Alex Dixon sent a shot past goalkeeper Nicolas Corti and Energy FC took a 2-0 lead.The Toros (3-9-11) responded as Matias Zaldivar scored off a corner kick in first-half stoppage time to cut the lead to one.In the 54th minute, Dixon found Volesky in the box with a cross from the right wing.
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