Logo of ViacomCBS since 2019
Logo of ViacomCBS since 2019

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

Paramount Pictures Corporation (Filmed Entertainment)

CBS Entertainment Group (TV Entertainment)

Cable Networks

Domestic Media Networks

Nickelodeon Group

MTV Entertainment Group

Premium Network Group

Showtime Networks
BET Networks

International Networks

United Kingdom & Australia

The Americas

EMEAA

Joint Ventures

ViacomCBS Streaming

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

References

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