Paramount
Paramount

The following is a list of major assets that are owned by Paramount Global.

Paramount Pictures Corporation (Filmed Entertainment)

CBS Entertainment Group (TV Entertainment)

Paramount Media Networks

MTV Entertainment Group

Kids & Family Entertainment

Premium Network Group

Showtime Networks

BET Networks

Paramount International Networks

United Kingdom & Australia

The Americas

EMEAA

Joint ventures

Paramount Streaming

Simon & Schuster

A sale of Simon & Schuster to Penguin Random House is pending as of 2022.[20]

Miscellaneous holdings

Former assets

Divested

Dormant or shuttered

Paramount Pictures

TV Entertainment (CBS Group)

Cable Networks

International Networks
CBS Studios International

Simon & Schuster

See also

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