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In today’s episode of Behind the Numbers, Insider Intelligence analyst Audrey Schomer discusses important considerations when advertising on YouTube, the significance of Hulu's deal with ViacomCBS, and what cord-cutting will look like in 2021:

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$VIAC $VIACA - ViacomCBS Positions Itself For Subscription/Advertiser-Based Growth. #markets  #investing  #stockmarket 

$VIAC ViacomCBS Inc. - Class B Top stock up 308% from low. Close: 45.58 VolvsAvg: 0.83 Liq: $587M

$VIAC ViacomCBS Inc. - Class B Top stock up 308% from low. Close: 45.11 VolvsAvg: 0.88 Liq: $583M

ViacomCBS to launch Pluto TV in France on February 8, making it the first free ad-supported streaming service in the country @georgszalai  / Hollywood Reporter)


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Breaking: ViacomCBS has agreed to sell Simon & Schuster to Penguin Random House for more than $2 billion in a deal that will create the first megapublisher

Netflix Removes ‘Chappelle’s Show’ From Service Upon Request From Dave Chappelle Who Blasts ViacomCBS For Licensing His Show Without Paying Him

ViacomCBS has ended its relationship with Nick Cannon: "We are deeply troubled that Nick has failed to acknowledge or apologize for perpetuating anti-Semitism, and we are terminating our relationship with him"

Nick Cannon Demands Full Ownership of ‘Wild ‘N Out,’ Says ViacomCBS on ‘Wrong Side of History’ via @variety 

Nick Cannon Demands Full Ownership of 'Wild 'N Out,' Says ViacomCBS on "Wrong Side of History" After Firing via @thr 

Nick Cannon Apologizes to Jewish Community, Demands ViacomCBS Give Him Rights to Wild ’N Out via @VanityFair 

Nick Cannon wants ViacomCBS to give him full ownership of ‘Wild ’n Out’ series: “I demand full ownership.” More:

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Nick Cannon Dropped by ViacomCBS After Making Anti-Semitic Comments

"At 5pm ET, a number of our networks, including our Entertainment & Youth Brands, BET, CBS Sports Network and Nickelodeon will go dark across platforms for 8 mins and 46 secs to honor George Floyd and pay tribute to other victims of racial violence."-ViacomCBSPres/CEO Bob Bakish