Viacom Gets a Face-Lift for the Millennial Generation

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As one of the most storied holding companies in media, Viacom's network of brands like MTV, VH1, Comedy Central and Nickelodeon oversees, curates and even dictates youth culture—and has done so for decades. But being young and hip takes work, which is why New York-based Viacom recently renovated its 31st and 32nd floors into spaces where people—employees and guests—could meet, mingle, work, dine and relax. "Our new floors are a working prototype for the future of media," said marketing strategy and engagement evp Ross Martin, whose office is on the 32nd floor, "where creative talent, world-class data scientists and visionary thought leaders are engineering the future of our business."

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