Contacting Viacom Customer Service Center
Viacom is a multinational media company founded in 2006. The company primarily deals with movies, and television programs. There are several brands under the Viacom umbrella, including, BETT, CMT, MTV, LOGO, Nickelodeon, Spike and Paramount Pictures.
Customers can connect with a live customer service agent or a representative from the corporate office Monday through Friday 8am to 5pm EST. You can also connect with the customer service department by traditional mail, email and through social media.
Phone Contact Numbers
- Corporate Headquarters: 1-212-846-6700
- Customer Service: 1-800-516-4399
Viacom1515 Broadway – 52nd FloorNew York, NY 10036
ViacomOne Astor Plaza, ManhattanNew York City, NY 10036
The Viacom website http://www.viacom.com/Pages/default.aspx is not the flashiest of sites. The company provides the information you need about the brands and the most popular shows. Customers can read the corporate blog, the news of the company and how the company is engaged in corporate responsibility programs.
In the event you cannot reach a customer service agent by phone or email, we recommend using the Viacom social media pages. Several of the questions answered were addressed in a timely manner. The majority of the questions answered within 2 to 4 hours.
- Twitter: https://twitter.com/viacom
- Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Viacom
- Blog: http://blog.viacom.com/
Customer Service Email
There was limited information needed in order to send a message to the customer service department. After filling out the customer service form, we sent our message. The message related to the ratings of television shows. We wanted to know if Viacom could provide a rating for the shows. Although this could potentially be a long list, the automated response stated we should hear from a customer service agent within 48 hours.
- Customer Service: http://www.viacom.com/Contact/Pages/default.aspx
- Investor Relations: firstname.lastname@example.org
We would like to note the customer service department is not the easiest to reach, considering you have to call the corporate headquarters. We call and immediately connected with the operator. When we requested to speak with a customer service agent, this is when the call went south. The call was transferred a total of 5 times and each department was not the customer service department. After approximately 7 minutes, we reached a live customer service agent. The questioning surrounded around where customers could find information relating to new programs. Instead of answering the question, the agent simply directed us back to the website. The customer service department appeared to not want to take care of the customers. Our experience was not the best, was yours? Take a moment to share your Viacom customer experience below.