- Viacom (VIAB) plans to launch a TV network in the U.S. that parents can control content on.
- Customers of Verizon's (VZ) FiOS will be the first to get crack at My Nickoledeon Junior while Viacom works out deals with other Pay-TV operators.
- Both Verizon and Viacom think the idea of programmable content will keep it competitive with streaming services.
- On Netflix: "There's no reason they should own that space—we should own that space," says one Verizon exec.
From other sites
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at MarketWatch.com (Jan 19, 2015)
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at Nasdaq.com (Jan 16, 2015)
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